Native Spanish Speakers In The US

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Many native Spanish speakers are beginning to populate in major cities in the United States such as Los Angeles and New York. Recent reports show that Hispanic population has experienced an increase since the early 1990s. Hispanic communities and diverse groups of the Spanish language have been maintained in the United States for over four centuries. Spanish also comes before English in areas that now make up the parts of the United States. One man who started all of this goes by the name of Ponce de Leon. In 1513, Ponce de Leon first arrived on what we call today, the Florida peninsula and explores the land of the U.S.. By 1565, he and the Spanish first establish their first colony in the city of San Augustin, Florida. The Spanish later
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