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    I have to agree with you there Vicente, it's quite admirable when a non native speaker can dominate the English language as it's more difficult to learn if we compare it to learning Spanish.

    The grammar and pronunciation is a lot more complicated and not to mention there are a lot more rules.

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    It seems to be that if anything Spanish is dependent on English in order to express some things. Hmmmm.... I guess that would bring English closer to perfection then Spanish

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    I am glad that I speak both Spanish and English and I want to make sure my daughter does too and if she can learn more even better!!

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    I think that all languages have taken some words from another ones, For example, look at this Wikipedia article about english words taken from italian.
    List of English words of Italian origin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Touche salvador! Touche! I think we have all learned a valuable lesson here. No language is perfect but some may be easier to learn then others.

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    Good point Salvador! I definitely agree that some words or expressions in one language are derived from another. It's one easy way of remembering the meaning as well!

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