Spanish is the primary language spoken in Spain. It is the official language in Spain. Most of the language in Spain belong to the roman language family. Spanish is the most spoken language used in Spain, and it is spoken by 99% of the population. All other languages are regarded as minor languages. Catalan, which is the most spoken among all the minority languages, and also Valencian is spoken in Spain as a minority language, it is mostly spoken in Valencia.
There is another minority language; this includes Galician; it is the official language of Galicia. Euskara is the official language spoken by Basque country. Cantabrian is a group of dialects belonging to the Astur Leonese. Other minor languages spoken in Spain are Aragonese, Leones, Aranese, Fala Galaico Extreme, Murcian.
M. Porter, Senior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose
Answered Mar 05, 2019
Spain is a country in Europe which is known for their citizens speaking Spanish. However, the Spanish that is spoken in Spain is different than the Spanish spoken in other countries like Mexico. The official language is Spanish and most people speak it in Spain. However, there are a few other languages based on the dialect and location of other areas. Plus, people who have migrated to Spain brought their language to Spain.
In Catalonia, they speak Catalan. Others speak Galician, Basque and Occitan. Occitan and Catalan are spoken in Catalonia. Galician is spoken in Galicia. Basque is spoken in Navarre. Sometimes, the people who speak one of these regional languages also speaks Spanish. Catalan speakers make up 17 percent of the Spanish people.