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Trinketos and me shares same zone.

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And Wackyserious.

 

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That is me on the far right side. Haha, I'm an Asian Taco, we also call the days the Hispanic way, by the way. Lunes, Martes, Miercoles (Locally, Miyerkules, then comes Huwebes up to Sabado) :)

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34 minutes ago, wackyserious said:

That is me on the far right side. Haha, I'm an Asian Taco, we also call the days the Hispanic way, by the way. Lunes, Martes, Miercoles (Locally, Miyerkules, then comes Huwebes up to Sabado) :)

From Romans days. But you the Philipineans doesn't speak spanish since a while.

 

 

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1 hour ago, wackyserious said:

That is me on the far right side. Haha, I'm an Asian Taco, we also call the days the Hispanic way, by the way. Lunes, Martes, Miercoles (Locally, Miyerkules, then comes Huwebes up to Sabado) :)

I noticed that Filipinos use words of Mexican Spanish since they  from part of the New Spain to

 

55 minutes ago, Lion.Kanzen said:

From Romans days. But you the Philipineans doesn't speak spanish since a while.

 

 

Ellos hablan chavacano(Español criollo) ademas de otros idiomas de las filipinas y el ingles.

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4 minutes ago, Trinketos said:

I noticed that Filipinos use words of Mexican Spanish since they  from part of the New Spain to

 

Ellos hablan chavacano(Español criollo) ademas de otros idiomas de las filipinas y el ingles.

No todos. Según entiendo.

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2 hours ago, Lion.Kanzen said:

From Romans days. But you the Philipineans doesn't speak spanish since a while.

 

 

This is true, the Americans came in 1900s and English replaced Spanish. The city where I am from, Cavite la Punta, which is South of Manila was heavily Hispanicized. The generation of my Abuela were the last ones to speak or at least able to fairly comprehend Spanish. To this day, only selected persons are able to use Chavacano in our area.

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10 minutes ago, wackyserious said:

This is true, the Americans came in 1900s and English replaced Spanish. The city where I am from, Cavite la Punta, which is South of Manila was heavily Hispanicized. The generation of my Abuela were the last ones to speak or at least able to fairly comprehend Spanish. To this day, only selected persons are able to use Chavacano in our area.

Chabacán. lol.

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1 minute ago, Lion.Kanzen said:

Chabacán. lol.

Yeah the literal meaning in Spanish is quite... haha. And most people this day, do not know this as a fact. :)

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1 hour ago, wackyserious said:

Yeah the literal meaning in Spanish is quite... haha. And most people this day, do not know this as a fact. :)

So chavacano is about to disappear?

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The variant in the province of Zamboanga in the Southern Philippines is still fairing well. The variant in Cavite la Punta is not doing good though. I heard a story from my former instructor that the local parish is offering language classes for those interested in learning the language. Mostly the elderly were the only ones speaking it right now and they use it as a cryptolanguage when talking about sensitive issues in their local area.

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Many local dialects / language (I'm not sure which term to actually use) are disappearing. I didn't even know that we had Chavacano and Castillano variants.
All I'm using Spanish for is counting prices.

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1 minute ago, wackyserious said:

The variant in the province of Zamboanga in the Southern Philippines is still fairing well. The variant in Cavite la Punta is not doing good though. I heard a story from my former instructor that the local parish is offering language classes for those interested in learning the language. Mostly the elderly were the only ones speaking it right now and they use it as a cryptolanguage when talking about sensitive issues in their local area.

Interesting I thought the chavacano was very spoken xd. I see in Philippines they use the word pendejo but with a different meaning, is this true or is the same?
 

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4 minutes ago, Trinketos said:

Interesting I thought the chavacano was very spoken xd. I see in Philippines they use the word pendejo but with a different meaning, is this true or is the same?
 

Pendejo means different thing in original Spanish.

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I had to search the internet for that one. But I have heard it before, so that means watchman but could be derogatory in other Spanish based language. It could be due to the social stratification issues during the previous century.

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Hello, I'm Adrvm, from Asturias, Spain! My first languages are Spanish and Asturian, I'm on GTM+1.

My nickname comes from Adr(ián) V(ega) M(ántaras), my real name!. My favourite factions are Romans, Gauls and Persians.

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On 8/18/2019 at 12:40 AM, Lion.Kanzen said:

In latin america many thibgs becomes different. And vulgar.

Carajo for example.

Resultado de imagen para carajo barco

The other is very dirty to explain.

 

 

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I knew that vid from long ago, but it's really fun to remember... :D  They're not only really good, also spot-on... 

Saludos desde....er... España  :D :oops::self_hammer::yes:

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7 minutes ago, Iakobos said:

I knew that vid from long ago, but it's really fun to remember... :D  They're not only really good, also spot-on... 

Saludos desde....er... España  :D :oops::self_hammer::yes:

Hablabas español desde el principio.

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