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  2. Will spanish stay as America's second language ? * Yes, until a massive inmigration movement (in millions of people) from...

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  3. ...quot;the sweet language " by the great Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes... is today a major world language , ranked fifth among the..." http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Portuguese_ language

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  5. ...39;s the most useful second language to take up because there are so many Spanish speakers here. It... outside of school. Wikipedia says 15.8% of the U...

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  6. ..., Honduras, Belize. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Cinema_of_Cuba#Cuban... dinner I thought about a cool spanish - language movie in my own collection- Secuestro...

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  7. ... Spanish , as if they were a Spanish speaking race, they were... use to those that speak a romance language and they were not taught... peoples http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Latin_peoples...

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  9. Yes they are. Anyone in the Americas, Cuba, or any spanish speaking nation is considered Latinos. Mexicans are also considered latinos.

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