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Old December 07, 2010, 06:12 PM
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I'm doing a project for my Spanish Dialectology class and need to find eight Spanish-speakers who reside in the US to answer the following questions:

¿Qué es el Spanglish?
¿Usa usted Spanglish?
¿Qué opinión tiene sobre el Spanglish?


The responses can be in either Spanish or English, as short as one sentence (or as long as they'd like to answer!). Usernameswill not be used in any way--the information will just be used for this term paper.
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