How To Tame A Wild Tongue By Gloria Anazaldúa

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In the essay “How to Tame a Wild Tongue”, Gloria Anazaldúa demonstrates the diversity of the Spanish language. The language is broken into sections, and I agree that when speaking to other Hispanics from different countries it may seem like a completely different language. Being fluent in Spanish, I’ve noticed how this process works. Different accents and words influence the diversity, sometimes making it difficult for two fluent Hispanics to communicate. Countries, such as Argentina, have an accent and a language that differs tremendously from other forms of Spanish. They utilize the “vosotros” part of speech which requires the conjugation of verbs that would never be used in other countries. My mothers’ family descent is Puerto Rican and

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