The official language of Honduras is Spanish. Honduran Spanish is similar to that of other Central American countries, though it varies considerably from that of Spain or South America. You do not hear the "tú" pronoun frequently here; the term "vos" is used instead. Vos derives from the term "vosotros," which is not used often in Latin America outside of Argentina. Most Hondurans speak at a relatively relaxed pace, tend to annunciate rather clearly, and do not often drop final consonants.
While it is widely spoken, Spanish is a second language for many in the country. Indigenous languages such as Garífuna, Miskito, Pech, and Ch'ortí are spoken in isolated parts of the country, but generally used alongside Spanish. On the Bay Islands and some parts of La Mosquitia, English is more common; however, due to the increasing number of mainlanders settling on the islands, Spanish is becoming more widely spoken.
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