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    Spanish Language & Culture Columbia, a republic in South America, is located in the northwest region of the continent. Its neighbors are Panama and The Caribbean Sea, also Venezuela and Brazil, to the south there’s Peru and Ecuador, and to the west there’s the Pacific Ocean. Did you know that Colombia is the only country in South America that has coasts on both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean? The Capital of Colombia is Bogotá, which is also the largest city in the country. Prior to

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    The Spanish Language

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    The Spanish Language I grew up in a Hispanic country where Spanish is the official language. I think Spanish is one of the most wonderful languages in the world. It allows you to express your deepest feelings in the most beautiful way, specially when we talk about love. There is nothing more beautiful than hearing a love declaration when the one making it is using the Spanish language. Even if you are not one of those people for who talking beautifully is natural, you could still do a pretty

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    Spanish Language Metaphors

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    Linguistic Impact In the field of Modern Languages and Linguistics, words are of great importance. A language’s phonology (study of how sounds are organized and used), morphology (study of the form and structure of words), syntax (study of the rules that govern sentence structure), semantics (study of meaning of words, sentences, and expressions), pragmatics (study of aspects of meaning and language use and context), and phonetics (study of human speech sounds) all play an important part in everyday

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    that approximately 37.6 million people living in the United States spoke Spanish in their homes(Gonzalez-Barrera and Lopez). While that may not seem like much keep in my mind the fact that, this number reflects around 10% of the total American population; and the number of Spanish speakers coming to this country is ever-increasing. All of this being said some people, in the government or elsewhere, would see the Spanish language marginalized or even totally forgotten in our national identity. I’m here

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    History of the Spanish Language

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    A language, much like a person, is molded over time by different experiences, and is influenced by the languages which surround it. History has taught us time and time again that all it takes is one action to change the course of a language. During the battle of Hastings, King Harold II was shot in the eye by the Norman invaders; resulting in the Norman-French language all but taking over English in the 11th century AD. This seemingly insignificant event would forever change the way that English

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    One language may be spoken in several countries around the world, but that does not mean that they are spoken identically in every region. The Spanish language is spoken in over twenty countries which includes several continents. There are an uncountable number of dialects in a specific country, more so in a language. The question being raised is what the dialectical differences in the geographical regions of continental Spain are. This research will be primarily focused on the phonological aspect

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    For me it is very important that my children speak, read and write Spanish. It is a part of what they are and I want to grow proud of their Hispanic Heritage. I want them to talk to my parents, the rest of the family and friends in Spanish. For now I can say with joy that my oldest son, who is 10, speaks to me in Spanish sometimes , although not perfect. As for my other two boys, 4 and 5 years old respectively, they still have not said their first sentences, but at least have begun practicing simple

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    Vietnamese language, there is a range of 19 to 21 consonant phonemes, which differs in result of how a word is pronounced. A consonant such as “/p/” only comes about when a word is borrowed from the French language. Other consonants experience more pronunciation such as “/tʰ/”, which occurs when there is an exhale of air that is followed by the words release. The Vietnamese language is also made up of 72 vowels. Technically, there are 12 vowels in the Vietnamese language. However, the language consists

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    Since September 16, 1999 my parents instilled in me the importance of Spanish becoming my first language. My parents motivated me to learn Spanish as they always described how a bilingual student would have more opportunities throughout life. Since at an early age of my education I was moved to an English Language Development Class, Marisela Ornelas, was able to give me good foundations improving my essay structure. Also, while traveling to Washington, an experience at a restaurant made me look

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    Spanish and English may both be widely spoken languages, however English is becoming more and more prevalent as a second language. For this project I interviewed an acquaintance who speaks Spanish as a first language and English as a second language. Spanish and English are similar in aspects such as grammar (in that they are both SVO—subject, verb, object—languages) and vocabulary (since both were influenced by Latin) (Shoebottom n.d.), however they are also quite different, especially in their

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