- Language: Belgranodeutsch
- Alternate names: Belgrano-Deutsch
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- Language family: Creole, German Based
- Number of speakers:
- Script: Latin script
Belgranodeutsch is a mixture of German and Spanish spoken in Buenos Aires, specifically in the neighborhood of Belgrano. Belgranodeutsch still survives today and can be compared to "Spanglish" spoken in the United States.
The verb borrows words from Spanish, but the conjugation follows the German language.
- Traducierst du das mal? (Spanish verb 'traducir' conjugated like any German verb ending in '-ieren')
- Lechen (to milk) - from German verb melken and Spanish leche (milk)