Good morning in Spanish

Bon maten an panyòl se pi souvan "Bonjou!", and is good to say when you first greet someone. "Buenos" vle di bon, ak "jou" se pliryèl pou jou (so it's the same as saying good days). Translating English to Spanish phrases (like 'good morning' in Spanish) can be a fun challenge — especially when you have a few tips and tricks in your arsenal.

How to say "Bonjou" in Spanish

It's really easy to say "Bonjou" in Spanish. It's just "Hola", and it is pronounced "O - La", very easy indeed!

Èske ou vle pale san pwoblèm nan lang panyòl? Nou app tradiksyon lang ka tradwi nenpòt bagay ou di nan yon lòt lang.


Spanish Language

Spanish is a language spoken in Mexico & Spain and is an official language in a total of 20 countries and spoken as a first language by over 450 million people worldwide. Spanish spoken in Spain is often referred to as Castilian Spanish. Spanish dialects are mutually intelligible. Traveling abroad to a Spanish-speaking country? Tcheke la pi bon apps pou dènye minit vwayaj.


How many countries are Spanish speaking?

Spanish is the official language in 20 peyi yo, mostly in Central and South America, and one territory (Pòtoriko). In addition, there are over 59 million Spanish speakers in the United States.


Spanish speakers

Meksik (130 million)
Kolonbi (50 million)
Espay (47 million)
Ajantin (45 million)
Perou (32 million)
Venezyela (29 million)
Chili (18 million)
Gwatemala (17 million)
Ekwatè (17 million)
Bolivi (1 million)
Kiba (11 million)
Repiblik Dominikèn (10 million)
Ondiras (9 million)
Paragwe (7 million)
Sovè a (6 million)
Nikaragwa (6 million)
Kosta Rika (5 million)
Panama (3 million)
Irigwe (3 million)
Gine Ekwatoryal (857 thousand)
Pòtoriko (3 million)


How many dialects of Spanish are there?


Since Spanish is such a widespread language, there are many dialects of Spanish, but thankfully all are mutually intelligiblemeaning a speaker of one dialect can understand and converse with a speaker in a different dialect.


Dialects of Spanish


Castilian in Spanish


This variation of Spanish is the official language in Spain. This is where Spanish originated. In addition to Castilian, Spain is home to related languages Basque, Catalan and Galician.

Christopher Columbus spoke Castilian.


Latin American Spanish

  • New Mexican Spanish

  • Many speakers of traditional New Mexican Spanish are descendants of colonists from Spain and the New World who arrived in New Mexico in the 16th to the 18th centuries.

  • Mexican Spanish

  • There are more speakers of Mexican Spanish than any other Spanish dialect. Plis pase 20% of the world’s Spanish speakers speak Mexican Spanish.

  • Central American Spanish

  • Central American Spanish is the general name of the Spanish language dialects spoken in Central America. More precisely, the term refers to the Spanish language as spoken in Costa Rica, Sovè a, Gwatemala, Ondiras, and Nicaragua

  • Andean Spanish

  • Andean Spanish is a dialect of Spanish spoken in the central Andes, from western Venezuela, southern Colombia, with influence as far south as northern Chile and Northwestern Argentina, passing through Ecuador, Perou, and Bolivia.

  • Rioplatense Spanish

  • Rioplatense Spanish, also known as Rioplatense Castilian, is a variety of Spanish spoken mainly in and around the Río de la Plata Basin of Argentina and Uruguay. It is also referred to as River Plate Spanish or Argentine Spanish.

  • Caribbean Spanish

  • The Spanish language was introduced to the Caribbean in 1492 with the voyages of Christopher Columbus.

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