Hispanic Millennials Saying ‘Adios’ to Spanglish

Hispanic Millennials Saying ‘Adios’ to Spanglish

NewsTaco May 10, 2016

*An interesting premise. But I’m not sure that millennials opting for proper Spanish and proper English is “turning their back on Spanglish.” Thoughts? VL By Louis Navear, New America Media […]

How Immigration Will Affect American English in the Coming Decades

NewsTaco April 5, 2016

*If you look with specific intent you’ll find many stories like this one, that tell of the way Latinos are transforming the U.S., as we ourselves are being transformed. I […]

A majority of English-speaking Hispanics in the U.S. are bilingual

NewsTaco March 25, 2015

*Seventy percent of Latinos ages 16 to 25 use Spanglish. I think this is the most salient statistic in this report. It points to a linguistic future that mirrors our […]

Don’t ‘Es-stress’ Over Spanglish, Say Some Scholars

NewsTaco April 24, 2014

*“In un placete de la Mancha of which nombre no quiero remembrearme.” A Spanglish translation of Don Quixote is due to be published in 2015. I can’t wait. Meanwhile, a group […]

Is ‘Spanglish’ Proof that English has Diluted Spanish?

January 17, 2014

By Nicole Akoukou Thompson, Latin Post “Spanglish” has been called English’s assault on the Spanish language; an implementation of English in routine speech or writing of Spanish-speakers that leads to the invention of words […]

Why Anglicisms Are Really Not So Incorrect

March 15, 2013

By Tom Stephens, [email protected] Just this past week, I happened to be chatting with an old friend, of Colombian birth, about life, her daughters, her husband, and of course, up pops […]

Morning NewsTaco

July 20, 2012

Friday July 20, 1012 In Arizona, “America’s toughest” sheriff on trial over discrimination claims (Reuters): Arizona’s controversial Joe Arpaio, who calls himself America’s toughest sheriff, went on trial Thursday in a […]