Monday, 20 January 2014


Spanglish is a combination of English and Spanish and provides a mediator between the two languages. It usually makes use of English words that have been adjusted or mistranslated to sound Spanish but is simple for native English speakers to work out. The process behind this combination of English and Spanish is mainly random, and the structure of sentences mostly depends on location, as does some of the language. It’s not only regional, but also alters regularly. Sometime speakers blend the words for economy of language and at times it’s a matter of attempting to remember the exact word in one of the languages.

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