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3 minutes ago, Jack Peterson said:

 I spent some 17+ years in Spain and GIBRALTAR, Spain is well known for this and to agree and endorse Reboots Post, Gib has made a semi Official language of it called Llanito, most definitely a combination of their spoken Spanish and English;

***Llanito or Yanito (pronounced [jaˈnito]) is a form of Spanish heavily laced with words from English and other languages such as Genoese, spoken in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar;***




Morning All :photo-109:

Even Tagalog itself is a sort of patois, I suppose. That and Visayan. It's full of Spanish words. Modern English happened in much the same way!



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