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    How do they vary? I heard Puerto Ricans Speak with the most slang while Cubans speak the closest to Canarians. Dominicans speak with an African twang.


    is this true?

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    What slangs?

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    What is african twang?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jibarodepr View Post
    What slangs?
    Well, I've heard Ricans hack the Spanish the most out of the three ethnicities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cumayasa View Post
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    Dominican Spanish has African influence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jibarodepr View Post
    This is a serious thread. I don't troll.

    I'm interested in these topics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inquisitive View Post
    How do they vary? I heard Puerto Ricans Speak with the most slang while Cubans speak the closest to Canarians. Dominicans speak with an African twang.


    is this true?
    Not sure about these populations. But, I know for fact the African dialect has influence many New Black populations for example Haitian creole and Jamaican patwa. Btw, why is your ethnicity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero View Post
    Not sure about these populations. But, I know for fact the African dialect has influence many New Black populations for example Haitian creole and Jamaican patwa. Btw, why is your ethnicity?
    I'm an AA. Both parents are west Indian.


    What you said is right. However, Jamaican Patwa is also heavily influenced by Scottish English.


    But I read that the Dominican Spanish is also African influenced.


    http://dr1.com/articles/spanish.shtml

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    You didn't read the entire article apparently.

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    I think they all are to lesser or greater extents influenced by words from Africa, and to a lesser extent indigious-especially the locales, and foods.

    Inquisitive is not a troll. I think he is very interested in Cuban things because his dad was born in Cuba (?and maybe grandparents?) but he doesn't identify as Cuban.

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