“I speak very little Spanish” would be “Hablo muy poco español”.
I speak very little Spanish . Spanish Has a long and rich history—the first written records of Spanish date from the 9th century AD. Spanish is the fourth most spoken language after Mandarin Chinese, English, and Hindi, with over 470 million speakers. It is also an official language in 21 countries.
Spanish is a Romance language that developed from Latin. It is believed to have originated in the north-central region of the Iberian Peninsula, specifically in Galicia (in northwestern Spain) and in the territories of the former Roman province of Hispania Tarraconensis (which covered much of northeastern Spain, as well as the the the parts of what are now southern France and Portugal).
The earliest known texts in Spanish are from the 9th century AD, but the language did not become widely used until the 12th or 13th century when it began to be used for literary and official purposes. Spanish then began to spread to other parts of the world, especially through Spanish colonization of the Americas.
Spanish is now the fourth most spoken language globally, after Mandarin Chinese, English, and Hindi. It is also an official language in 21 countries, including Spain, Mexico, Chile, and Argentina. In addition, it is a major second language in many other countries, such as the United States, where it is estimated that over 50 million people speak Spanish as a second language. Spanish is also an important language for business and international communication.
Spanish is a relatively easy language to learn, especially for English speakers. It has regular grammar and a relatively small vocabulary. However, like all languages, it has its unique quirks and challenges. But with a little effort, you can quickly become proficient in Spanish.