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Mexican English, here we go!

It’s Mexican English month! OK, but here’s the thing … all I can think of when I think of Mexico and Mexican English and Spanish in Mexico … all I can think of is FOOD! Tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas and that seems to be the case for a lot of people because when you google around to do some reading-up on Mexico … well, it seems like everyone else wants to talk about food too – so I end up looking at plates like this (don’t follow the link until you’ve had a bite to eat).

In my own bid to celebrate Mexican English month I am going to commit to eating as much Mexican food as possible. Also Mexicans everywhere will be celebrating the Day of the Dead this month, and I think that it sounds like the kind of celebration I would like to be involved in: remembering and celebrating the lives of friends and family members who have died. I want to do some of that.

This post has not been about English, or even language, but the rest of the month’s posts will, I promise. So bring them on!

There are some lovely Day of the Dead photos in this Guardian article to lay your eyes on. The photo we have used here was taken by ‘someone in the office who will not be named’ who was in Mexico this time last year – I’ve put more of them up on our ‘What’s your English?‘ Facebook page.

And remember if you have something (on language, please, ignore me!) to say about Mexican English or Tex-Mex or Spanglish (Mexico style), then we’d love to hear from you.

Now go and remember someone …

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