A Leonese speaker, recorded in Spain. Leonese (Leonese: Llionés, Asturian: Lleonés) is a set of vernacular Romance language varieties currently spoken in northern and western portions of the historical region of León in Spain (the modern provinces of León, Zamora, and Salamanca) and a few adjoining areas in Portugal.
I agree with every answer in this post, and identify with Luis Fernando Mata Licón’s answer, because I also live in the North and my city has a very important population of Lebanese people, with good reputation and mainly business owners.
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As of 2010, Nuevo León's economy represents 11.4% of Mexico's total gross domestic product or US$165 billion. Nuevo León's economy has a strong focus on export oriented manufacturing (i.e. maquiladora / INMEX). As of 2005, 431,551 people are employed in the manufacturing sector.
The two major ones are Castilian and Latin American Spanish, which includes Mexican and Puerto Rician. Castilian Spanish is spoken in Spain and in some of its territories and former colonies. Latin-American Spanish is spoken in Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Other Spanish dialects are Andalusian, Murcian, Aragonese, Navarrese, Leonese, and Canary Islands Spanish.
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Asturian-Leonese has been in the same kingdom as Castilian since any of the 2 languages exist, Castilian is originally from the County of Castile which was the eastern more Basque-influenced end of the kingdom of León. So Castilian and Leonese have coexisted since they became different langauges from the same dialect of Latin.
- Spanish. Throughout Mexico. 110 million.
- Nahuatl. Mostly central Mexico. 2 million.
- English. Throughout Mexico. 2 million.
- Mayan languages. Mostly southeastern Mexico. 1.5 million.
There’s no indigenous languaje in Mexico, at the time the mexicas (maybe you know them as aztecs, its just a tiny error, its fine) -they spoke nahuatl- ruled, there was no Mexico, there was a series of city-states, when the spaniards came destroye...
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