Great piece! Thanks Ubik for all the knowledge!! Linguists mostly agree that Spanglish is a legit dialect of Spanish. That may be true in some Spanish-speaking countries more than in others. Completely unaware that she had mashed the 2! Vic, I disagree. As I said, the words mentioned here, are perfectly Latin-based words which can be used in proper Spanish. I love it, give us more words…. I really hate how the Spanish language is being destroyed by many people that speak Spanish.
I am originally from Argentina. But I have lived more in the United States than my country of origin. I am bilingual. Most of the people I work with are from central America. But I noticed how badly they speak both languages. Some examples are only some :.
El "Almuerzo sobre la hierba" de Manet : Aby Warburg :
Lonchar : means to have lunch. I could go on for hours. This is not even a handful. And they get angry at me when I correct them in Spanish and tell how to say these words in Spanish. I speak two languages Spanish and English. The Spanish language is so beautiful and I think it has much more in vocabulary than the English language. The chicano culture of CA and the border states is by definition its own culture with aspects of Mexican and American culture.
Perhaps they are afraid of being linguistically colonized, or they have a classist aversion to a lower class that mixes cultures, or a jigoist aversion to other latino cultures. Limpiar and mapear are not the same thing.
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First one is to clean, second one is to mop. I see in other countries they use trapear, but I have never heard that word.
In Puerto Rico a trapo is a rag not a mop. So this word might be regional, but mapear is definitely not a new word and I will keep using it. I don't want to miss out, sign me up for your content! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Skip to content. These are the Top 10 Anglicisms that I use: Hola Stephanie, You should not stop speaking Spanish because of other people. Saludos, Dan Gutierrez. Nadie dice cortar el patio…. Cortar el zacate is pretty common in South Texas, may be standard. Oh, thanks for pointing those out but my hubby says I use a lot more than ten!
Haha, I liked this list.
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