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Many of the neighbours may be ex-pats of various countries themselves, so how important is it to speak the language if living abroad?
We went onto the street to find out how many of you think it’s important to know your ‘perros’ from your ‘peros’.
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|Jonathon Kent, Amarilla Golf|
I speak a little bit of Spanish myself, but do think it’s very important especially if you are in permanent residence of that country. It’s common courtesy and rude not to.