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"In the years following the Cuban Revolution in 1959, hundreds of thousands of Cubans left the island nation for South Florida, setting the stage for what would become one of the most important linguistic convergences in all of the Americas....Today, the vast majority of the population is bilingual....and there is a lot of Spanish – and a lot of English – being spoken in Miami....This  sustained contact between Spanish and English speakers, particularly when speakers translated directly from Spanish is creating a new dialect". More at The Conversation ➜

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