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Synonyms of "Hispanic" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Hispanic and Spanish ?
A: Spanish is a person from Spain and Hispanic it’s all Latin people !
Q: What is the difference between Hispanic and Spanish ?
A: Hispanic is usually used on the east coast of America to describe people who are from Spanish speaking countries. Latino is often used interchangeably with Hispanic. Spanish is used to describe people from Spain
Q: What is the difference between Hispanic and Latino ?
A: Hispanic is someone who speaks Spanish. In the United States, it generally refers to the Spanish speaking countries in Latin America (all except Brazil), in Europe Hispanic can also mean people from Spain and Equatorial Guinea. Latino is generally accepted to be referred to people from Latin America; Brazil + all the Spanish speaking countries, but it may also include the Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, and even Romanian speakers since many state that Latino refers to the speakers of Latin based Romance languages.

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Q:

📍The Hispanic population has scaled up in a few years in New York
does this sound natural?
A:

📍Over the past few years, the Hispanic population of New York has increased
Q: Hispanic people are likely to refuse a job if they disagree with "the" company's environmental policy.

Do I need the "the" before "comapny's envenronmental policy"?
A: Hispanic people are likely to refuse a job if they disagree with the company's environmental policy.

the company = the company that they disagree with

Yes, you need the word "the".

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