Spanish is the world's second-most-spoken native language after Mandarin Chinese, and the fourth-most spoken language after English, Mandarin Chinese, and Hindi. Worldwide a total of 538 million people speak Spanish, mainly in Spain and the Americas.
In the US Spanish is the second most spoken language and by far the most popular foreign language among students. Along with English and French, it is also one of the most widely taught foreign languages in the world.
Spanish is one of the United Nations' six official languages, and it is also the official language of the European Union, the Organization of American States and many other international organizations.
After English and Russian, Spanish is the third most commonly used language on the Internet.
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Some regional varieties of the Spanish language differ greatly from one another. There are distinctions between European Spanish and Spanish of the Americas, as well as many dialect areas within Spain and Latin America.
There are significant lexical differences, particularly in the domains of food, everyday objects, and clothing; and many Latin American varieties show significant lexical influence from Native American languages.
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