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The Birth of a Language

Some time ago we wrote about code switching, and how this informal phenomenon manifests itself in virtually infinite ways. In that post, we mentioned Spanglish,

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What Is Code-switching?

In linguistics, code-switching refers to the simultaneous and syntactically and phonologically appropriate use of more than one language. It is fairly common to hear multilingual

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English: The New Latin?

English is the one language that can be found in every corner of the world. It is taught and recognized on every continent and its

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What is a Linguistic Loan?

This type of word is one that is taken from one language and used in another without translation, demonstrating a lexical vacuum in the latter.

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The Rise of Spanglish

The term Spanglish came into existence between 1965 and 1970 and refers to any expression in Spanish that borrows parts of English, especially as substitutions

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