Taishakuten (pottergirl26) wrote in linguaphiles,
Taishakuten
pottergirl26
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Looking for native spanish speakers outside of U.S.

So, for my linguistics final, I am doing a study on spanglish and how much people are able to interpret based on the languages they know. I got plenty of English speakers to fill out the survey on campus but I would like to compare the results with people outside of the U.S. since they will be less familiar with spanglish as a lingusitic phenomenom. I would appreciate it, if you qualify, if you could fill out this survey and email it to me in a Word document by Sunday at the latest to iwechsberg@lawrenceville.org

Thank you!!! (To clarify, these are NOT SPANISH words, they are spanglish. Although there some words on the list that would be Spanish, they have a different meaning in spanglish.)

Lingusitics Survey / Encuesta Lingüística

Age/Edad: ____ Fluent in/ Fluente en: English Español
Proficiency in/ Conocimiento de: English Español Other/Otro ______
Studying/ Estudias: English Español Other/Otro ______

The following words belong to the U.S. vernacular called “splanglish.” Next to each word, write your definition or interpretation of the term. If you do not know it, leave blank. Thank you! (Verbs end in “ar.” No adjectives included.)
Las siguientes palabras pertenecen al vernáculo estadounidense llamado “spanglish.” Al lado de cada palabra, escriba su definición o interpretación del término. Si no lo sabe, déjelo en blanco. ¡Gracias! (No hay adjetivos.)

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Aseguranza
Asistir
Avalable
Beiman
Biles
Carpeta
Chaqueta
Chequear
Cora/Cuara
Culer
Cuquis
Esquechu
Floshar
Frizar
Ganga
Huiquene
Introducir
Jangear
Librería
Liquear
Lóquer/Láquer
Machear
Mapo
Marqueta
Mol
Perro caliente
Parquear
Printear
Realizar
Taipear
Tique
Yarda
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