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EL SPANGLISH

        *CONCEPT

        *TYPES
         TYPES

        *ORIGIN

        *EXAMPLES
*CONCEPT*
          CONCEPT*



All the languages are influenced
between them . Spanglish is an
example      of    this  p...
EXAMPLE
                                     A conversation in Spanglish between
                                     two ...
*TYPES*
                    TYPES*


1. Formal Spanglish: It is spoken by people who
   don´t have a clear perception of w...
*ORIGIN*
                               ORIGIN*


The anglicisms began to form a part of the
Spanish lexicon from the mome...
*COMIC: LA CUCARACHA*




            POEM:
            One mariposita
            was flying in the
            garden
  ...
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  1. 1. EL SPANGLISH *CONCEPT *TYPES TYPES *ORIGIN *EXAMPLES
  2. 2. *CONCEPT* CONCEPT* All the languages are influenced between them . Spanglish is an example of this process; it demonstrates the linguistic creativity of the human beings quot; With more than 35 million Latin people United people, States is one of the most important points of population of Hispanic origin in the world.
  3. 3. EXAMPLE A conversation in Spanglish between two students. quot; The spanglish is a hybrid quot;languagequot; formed from Spanish and Anglo- Anglo Saxon terms without translating or 1. Hola, how are you? translated incorrectly quot;, according to 2. Bien, 2 Bien and you? Javier Valenzuela Valenzuela. 2. Good, but el teacher es aburrido. 1. That's bad, bueno pues, see you later. 2. Ok, adiós.
  4. 4. *TYPES* TYPES* 1. Formal Spanglish: It is spoken by people who don´t have a clear perception of what Spanglish is. Example: I call You for behind behind. 2.Cultural Spanglish: by means of the cinema,the television, th onomatopoeias. tl ii the t i 3.Cyberspanglish or Technological Spanglish: we all use at some time when we speak about computers, we explain something technical.
  5. 5. *ORIGIN* ORIGIN* The anglicisms began to form a part of the Spanish lexicon from the moment in which the English and the Spanish met when the first SOME SPANGLISH'S EXAMPLES British B i i h travellers visited the Ib i peninsula i ll i i d h Iberian i l in -Coger un break the 16th century. Obviously, the mutual -Cambiar el look understanding of both civilizations has been -Echar un looking Echar intensified b th passage of ti it ifi d by the f time -Ir a la shopping -Comerse un bistec -Parquear el carro -Atachar información(attach)
  6. 6. *COMIC: LA CUCARACHA* POEM: One mariposita was flying in the garden when, de repente, she dropped. ¡Ah, jijo! - She dijo. I forgot to open my alitas!
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