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Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world. It has a significant influence across North, Central and South America, Europe and even Africa. Globally, there are more than 470 million native Spanish speakers. Plus, nearly 100 million people worldwide speak some level of Spanish as a second language. In 2018, Spanish was the second most popular language in the world just after the Mandarin.
Learning Spanish is a key that will open the door to new cultures, experiences, and traditions all over the world. Want a perfect journey? Here are four reasons why learning Spanish is ideal.
1. Open doors
Mastering Spanish will improve the possible engagement with potential Hispanic stakeholders. Those connections could help you enter markets that belong to the world’s largest economies. Whether you’re looking to expand your customer base or seeking new career opportunities, Hispanic countries are truly interesting places to keep an eye on. For example, in 2018:
• 2nd place was assigned to Mexico as one of the most prosperous economies in the continent just after Brazil. Also, the North American country reached the 15th position on the GDP (Nominal) Ranking.
• 625.92 billion USD gave Argentina the 21st spot on the ranking.
• 40th place was for Colombia, with a GDP of 327.98 billion USD.
• 44th was Chile’s position on the worldwide ranking (280.27 billion USD).
• The last place of the list (but still enters as one of the world 50 economies), was for Peru with 231.57 billion USD.
• Meanwhile, Spain was the 4th largest economy in Europe and the 13th worldwide. (1,506.44 billion USD).

2. Meet new business partners
Life is unpredictable, so it’s better to be prepared for any possible scenario. For instance, a businessperson might be on vacation on the Bahamas, but his mind never stops seeking strategic alliances or exploring the market's needs and desires.
If a person learns Spanish and decides to invest in a business, spent some vacations or start a project in Hispanic countries, he/she will be able to connect with audiences from: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela, around many others. Those are the main countries where to find Hispanic native speakers in America. Just like in Andorra and Spain (Europe), and Equatorial Guinea in Africa.
Still, thanks to the current globalization, you can find anywhere Spanish native speakers and fluent people that master the language.

3. Discover a new way to live
Spanish is a vivid and persuasive language. It has the capacity of adding depth and passion, through the use of a vast vocabulary and various literary devices, to even the simplest of topics in order to create a meaningful and unique informative piece for the reader.
When someone is interested in the culture more than just on the plain language, he/she will have the opportunity to discover the true Hispanic experience without linguistic barriers and by the perspective of a local person. Also, being a tourist with the skills of expressing himself as a local speaker can help a businessperson to develop substantial and strategic friendships.
Some of the most magnificent writers to consider when learning Spanish are Pablo Neruda, Gabriel García Márquez, Mario Vargas Llosa, Juan Carlos Onetti, Julio Cortázar, Isabel Allende, and Jorge Luis Borges, just to name some of them.

4. A common bond
After all, when a person masters Spanish, he/she can easily understand other Romance languages -or at least the main expressions- like the Portuguese, French, Italian and even Romanian. The roots of all those languages are same, which is Vulgar Latin language family.

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