|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, May 7, 2002, 7:51|
> >but neither hispanophones nor zipangophones are very profilic on this
> >neither do they amount to an porportion of the world's population as do
>Do I have to remember you that Spanish is the third most
>widely spoken language in the world, only after English
>and Chinese? The number of speakers of Spanish is located
>within the same range of proportion of the world's population
>as that of Chinese, and they are far more widespread,
>because most sinophones concentrate in just one country in
>East Asia while hispanophones can be found in Europe,
>in Africa (Equatorial Guinea), in more than a dozen countries
>in America and some even in Asia (Philippines).
None of which invalidates my point.
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