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    Latino Accent in USA Radio Stations

    Hi, everyone! I have this question for you!

    Can you guys please name radio stations available on the Internet where Latin reporters with LATINO ACCENT work?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rezo View Post
    Hi, everyone! I have this question for you!

    [Can you guys please name radio stations available on the Internet where Latin reporters with LATINO ACCENT work?
    Do you mean reporters who speak English with a Spanish accent?

    Or do you mean reporters who speak Spanish but who have strong regional accents such as a Spanish, or Argentine or Mexican manner of intonation and pronunciation?
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    Well, he has the stereotypical SHOUTING part of it down already.

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    Of course, it's possible that our new Member rezo is a "she" rather than a "he" ..........


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    Quote Originally Posted by frankberry View Post
    Of course, it's possible that our new Member rezo is a "she" rather than a "he" ..........
    OK, let's make it, "Well, she has the stereotypical SCREAMING part of it down already."

    Better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post
    Do you mean reporters who speak English with a Spanish accent?

    Or do you mean reporters who speak Spanish but who have strong regional accents such as a Spanish, or Argentine or Mexican manner of intonation and pronunciation?
    Of course those who speak English with a Spanish accent. I definitely should have written this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankberry View Post
    Of course, it's possible that our new Member rezo is a "she" rather than a "he" ..........
    No, I am HE)))) Rezo is a Georgian name of Persian origin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rezo View Post
    No, I am HE)))) Rezo is a Georgian name of Persian origin.
    Welcome and thanks for learning American English. Some of my grandparents went through Ellis Island where learning English was required for citizenship applicants. Nothing does more to forge a nation than a common language. Bilingual Street signs, government forms, etc, keep people from having to learn English and cost money that should go to education, helping the disabled, veterans, and elderly. People used to come here to become Americans. Now too many come to build their own nations. C'mon people, English isn't hard, Chinese and Russian are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ydog View Post
    Welcome and thanks for learning American English. Some of my grandparents went through Ellis Island where learning English was required for citizenship applicants. Nothing does more to forge a nation than a common language. Bilingual Street signs, government forms, etc, keep people from having to learn English and cost money that should go to education, helping the disabled, veterans, and elderly. People used to come here to become Americans. Now too many come to build their own nations. C'mon people, English isn't hard, Chinese and Russian are.
    That is just factually and historically wrong.

    English is a relatively hard language to learn, as it has inconsistent rules of pronunciation and grammar.

    Language learning abilities decline rapidly after pre-pubesence so the typical immigrant in their late teens to early 30's has a major challenge in learning anything more than basic English needed to get by. For this reason, only a minority of first generation immigrants now or in the past have become bilingual where that term means the ability to think in either language equally.

    Additionally, the New Mexico constitution establishes the state as bilingual, Hawaii is officially bilingual and Puerto Rico, while official bilingual, conducts government business in Spanish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    That is just factually and historically wrong.

    English is a relatively hard language to learn, as it has inconsistent rules of pronunciation and grammar.

    Language learning abilities decline rapidly after pre-pubesence so the typical immigrant in their late teens to early 30's has a major challenge in learning anything more than basic English needed to get by. For this reason, only a minority of first generation immigrants now or in the past have become bilingual where that term means the ability to think in either language equally.

    Additionally, the New Mexico constitution establishes the state as bilingual, Hawaii is officially bilingual and Puerto Rico, while official bilingual, conducts government business in Spanish.
    The United States as a nation doesn't have an official language, and never has. So per the 10th Amendment, the states are free to do as they please in this regard.
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