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    Default buen dia bonjour a tout le monde good day

    my name is Miguel i live in La im 22 i speak English and Spanish fluently and im learning french. I consider myself a true Mexican. That is because i know a lot about Mexican history, culture, geography and language, being these aspects the ones that most " Mexicans" and the so-called "Mexican-Americans" neglect the most. if anybody is wondering why is this true Mexican is speaking English so much. Well, that is because I am in the USA here we speak English not Spanish. I also like to say to people that i only speak Spanish with Mexicans i love to do that. That is because again Most Mexicans (the ones who were born in Mexico) are ignorant of a lot of stuff that is very relevant to Mexicans and it is very important to preserve and to pass our culture onto our kind. Regarding, Spanish dialects I love the chilango dialect I also love how Spaniards and Colombians speak I'd like to meet people to know more about their cultures. I also think that all native Spanish speaking people must get along perfectly regardless where we were born or raised. I hope i had caused controversy and i hope some get angry at me ,so we can debate about what they think of my opinions. I wish I can meet a lot of new people through here my email addressees are rein_raus805@hotmail.com and ilskayov@yahoo.com

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    Default Good evening

    Hi Miguel:

    Culture is important, so kudos to you for celebrating it. I don't know if you have GoogleWave, but one of the cool features about it is that it performs language translations in real-time while engaged with instant messaging or email. It struck me that the process of conversing in foreign languages is becoming easier by virtue of new technology. Now you can have cultural conversations with anyone around the globe, be they "real Mexicans" as you put it or any citizen of Earth.

    Cheers,
    Carmen

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