THE STUDY OF CALIFORNIA CHICANO ENGLISH

@inproceedings{Metcalf1974THESO,
  title={THE STUDY OF CALIFORNIA CHICANO ENGLISH},
  author={Allan A. Metcalf},
  year={1974}
}
Many members of the Chicano (or Mexican American) ethnic community speak what I will term 'Chicano English', a variety of English that is obviously influenced by Spanish and that has low prestige in most circles, but that nevertheless is independent of Spanish and is the first, and often only, language of many hundreds of thousands of residents of California. In a talk several years ago (Metcalf, 1972a) I deplored the lack of research on Chicano English. I can now report, after a new search for… 
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