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Most Popular Countries for Spanish courses

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Most Popular Cities for Spanish courses

Rating: 4.7

4.7
387 reviews
Top Destinations: Valencia (city thumbnail)

Rating: 4.8

4.8
523 reviews
Top Destinations: Barcelona (city thumbnail)

Rating: 4.5

4.5
225 reviews
Top Destinations: Malaga (city thumbnail)

Rating: 4.7

4.7
158 reviews
Top Destinations: Madrid (city thumbnail)

Rating: 4.3

4.3
166 reviews
Top Destinations: Tenerife (city thumbnail)

Most Popular Language Schools for Spanish courses

Academia CILE
#1 Academia CILE
Malaga, Spain

Rating: 4.4

4.4 | 40 reviews
Kingsbrook Spanish School
#2 Kingsbrook Spanish School
Barcelona, Spain

Rating: 4.2

4.2 | 136 reviews
Taronja
#3 Taronja
Valencia, Spain

Rating: 4.4

4.4 | 116 reviews

Key facts about Spanish

Origin of Spanish: Spanish is a Romance language descended from the Vulgar Latin spoken on the Iberian peninsula during the Roman Era. Today it is the largest Romance language in the world in terms of number of speakers, and it has a long history with written records dating all the way back to the 9th century. 

Regional differences: The Spanish language is spoken in many countries, and in each country you will find variations in pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary. There are also regional differences within the same country, although Spanish speakers generally understand each other well across the borders and between regions. 

Language family: Indo-European

Native speakers: 480 million worldwide: Mexico (115 million), Colombia (45 million), Spain (43 million), Argentina (42 million), United States of America (41 million), Venezuela (31 million), Peru (27 million), Chile (18 million).

Major dialects: Latin American Spanish and Castilian are the two main branches, but vast regional variations are found within both groups.

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