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What are commonly used Spanish words that are actually Spanglish (mix between English and Spanish)? Examples that I've heard, that I think are Spanglish, are

  • El Cheque the check/bill - should be la cuenta
  • Parquiar To park - should be estacionar
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closed as not constructive by Richard, Dori Nov 15 '11 at 23:40

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Are you italian or speak Italian? – Serabe Nov 15 '11 at 23:28
My grandparents were from Bari, Italy, but I unfortunately don't speak Italian. – Eric Di Bari Nov 15 '11 at 23:32
If sometime you decide to learn it, remember that sicuramente (Italian) means 100% sure while seguramente (Spanish) means that something is quite likely but not 100% sure. If you are 100% sure, you use something like por supuesto. – Serabe Nov 15 '11 at 23:37
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  • To park, estacionar or, in castillian, aparcar.

  • I'll buy you a drink, a lot of people translate it literally to "te compro una copa", "te invito a una copa" would be enough and correct.

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