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Do you use 2 languages in a sentence?

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chinglish all the damn time

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Yeah !! Sometimes I can go up to 3 in a conversation . Even I get confused .

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My native language is Arabic. Most of the time when I speak I throw in French or English words.

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It's a cornerstone of bilingual culture. 

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Yeah, franglais lol

 

It's so bothersome though, instead of throwing random words from both languages in a sentence, I just mix words up and create new ones 0u0plz.png

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I'm still learning Spanish so to help me get use to using it (plus it's fun) I throw some Spanish in my English. Spanglish for the win! 

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sometimes i'll accidentally start speaking korean when i'm thinking/supposed to be speaking in english, lol

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Yeah

Sometimes I even use 4 languages while speaking at the same time if I'm too comfortable.

Also I don't really think in one language specifically, I randomly think in any of them. Depends on context generally.

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Even my parents say English words in a Vietnamese sentence to me. Sometimes an uncommon word slips my mind and I just use English to patch it up - happens with growing up in North America. 

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Spanglish to my Spanish friends 0u0plz.png 

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