lunes, 9 de noviembre de 2015
"The word Spanglish is defined as a hybrid language combining words and idioms from both Spanish and English.
Spanglish isn’t limited simply to mixing or adding phrases from both of the original languages. Individual words can combine aspects of English and Spanish. The Spanish language adopted the English verbs to rent and to park as rentar and parquear, and they are conjugated in Spanish accordingly: yo rento (I rent), tu rentas (you rent), yo parqueo (I park), and tu parqueas (you park). Of course, American English has adopted several words from Spanish too. We have more than a few fashionistas (fashion plus the Spanish suffix –ista) in the city and what New York neighborhood would be complete without a bodega?"
( source: http://blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2013/06/spanglish/ )