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Easily defined as a seemingly random splicing of the English and Spanish languages, the term Spanglish carries a greater weight than prescribed to it when characterized as an "informal and often pejorative term" (McArthur 962).Although the use and recognition of Spanglish alarms language purists of both languages, there is no
Towards New Dialects: Spanglish in the United States 
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Towards New Dialects: Spanglish in the United States 
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Easily defined as a seemingly random splicing of the English and Spanish languages, the term Spanglish carries a greater weight than prescribed to it when characterized as an "informal and often pejorative term" (McArthur 962).Although the use and recognition of Spanglish alarms language purists of both languages, there is no
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