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Tuesday, 08 March 2011 18:57
"there are so many Spanish derivatives in the various Filipino languages and dialects." English and Spanish have much more in common than Tagalog and Spanish. Still, to a an English speaking person, it is not that easy to learn Spanish. The Romans dominated Europe the reason there are many words spoken by Europeans that are recognizable to Spanish speaking people but still will not understand what is being said. Do Spaniards who were dominated by the Arab speaking Moors (more than twice as long as the Philippines) find Spanish very close to Arabic as a language?

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