|Habla usted Ingles / Espanol||Hah-blah oo-stead In-gulls / Ess-span-yoll||Do you speak English / Spanish?|
|Mi nombre es…||Mee nom-breh ess||My name is…|
|Me pueden ayudar?||Meh pweh-dehn ah-yoo-dah||Can you help me?|
|Estoy buscando…||Ess-toy boos-can-doh||I’m looking for…|
|Si / No||See / Noh||Yes / No|
|Gracias||Grah-see-as||Mr / Mrs / Miss|
|Hoy / Ahora||Hoi / Ah-hoar-ah||Today / Now|
|Hoi / Ah-hoar-ah||Mah-nar-nar / Aay-err||Tomorrow / Yesterday|
|Este / Que / Aqui / Hay||Ess-tey / Kay / Ah-kee / Haay||This / That / Here / There|
A vast range of languages is spoken in Mexico with most of the population fluent in Spanish while some minorities still speak their native tongue. The languages spoken number around seventy indigenous and twenty international, with many of these international languages only being spoken by select isolated groups.
Indigenous language speakers make up around 6% of the population, despite around 12% of the population identifying as belonging to an indigenous group. The most common languages spoken in this regard are Nahuatl (1.3 million), Yuatec Maya (759 thousand), Mixtec (423 thousand), Zapotec (410 thousand), Tzeltal Maya (371 thousand), Tzotzil Maya (329 thousand), Otomi (239 thousand), Totonac (230 thousand) and Mazatec (206 thousand).
Other languages spoken in the country include English, Arabic, German, Italian, Venetian, Occitan, French, Basque, Catalan, Asturian, Galician, Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Hebrew, Plautdietsch, Ladino, Cherokee and Armenian, among others. Although it is important to note that many of the aforementioned languages are only spoken in small pocket communities and villages or by the few roaming immigrants.