Costa Rica

The second group of languages – the South American languages are also divided into two linguistic branches. This Caribbean languages in common dokolumbovskie times in the Antilles, and later used to coast of Honduras and British Honduras, and chibchanskaya language group, common in Panama and Costa Rica. At the same time in the West Indies have two language families: the Caribbean and aravakskaya. Aravakskie Languages spread on the territory of Greater Antilles in more ancient times, and on some assumptions, these languages were also used in Florida. Some linguistic scholars tend to combine languages Mixtec-Zapotec, and chinatek otomiyskie languages second language group in the same language family, which is called the Mixtec-Zapotec-Otomi. A speaker of Lenca, tavern, and share hikake sometimes referred to as the southern branch of pentuyskih languages spoken in North America. Often vayikuri language associated with yumanskoy group. Also, we can assume that the languages of other families are part of any larger linguistic families.

For example, perhaps Mayan language family is a Hawkeye siuanskoe family, and taraskan – in the Aztec-tanoanskoe family. The population of Central America certainly has its specific cultural heritage. However, it is a clear link medium-American languages in North American. Along with this we can assume that the languages of Central and South America more clearly separated from each other. Geographic boundary of the division is between Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

Thus, one could argue that languages West Indies, Panama and Costa Rica are the South American languages. Thus, karavakskaya, chibchanskaya and Caribbean language families are likely to have been distributed in the northern region during the lifetime of conquest. And at the same time distribution of language families of Mexico and Central America took place in the south. Summarizing, we can say that the territory of Central America was a kind of trap for people who have ever crossed the its borders. And so it is impossible to distinguish clearly between what the nation's culture and influenced the education of linguistic and dialect groups in existence today in Central America.