How many Spanish are in Argentina?

It’s important to note that Argentinians speak a unique form of Spanish called Argentinian Spanish which can sound more like Italian than Spanish. Almost the entire population of Argentina speaks Spanish with 41.7 million speakers out of a population of 43.8 million.

What race are Argentines?

The most common ethnic groups are a mix between Spanish (including Galicians and Basques), Italian and Native American. It is estimated that up to 30 million Argentines, up to 62.5% of the total population, have Italian ancestry, wholly or in part. There are also some Germanic, Slavic, Irish and French populations.

Why do Argentines pronounce LL as sh?

The Y and LL in the Argentinian Spanish are realized as the English SH sound (shop, shore, ship) or as the Zh sound (for instance, as the “s” sound in the words “pleasure” and “measure”).

What is the religion of Argentina?

According to a 2019 survey by Conicet, the country’s national research institute, 62.9 percent of the population is Catholic; 15.3 Protestant, including evangelical groups; 18.9 percent no religion, which includes agnostics; 1.4 percent Jehovah’s Witnesses and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Church of …

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