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Answered: About how many Puerto Ricans lives in Arizona?

According to US Census at 2006 there were 29.2 % Hispanic or Latino (of any race) living in Arizona. Thats about 1,803,377 people. To try to find out how many from Puerto rico try this article and the links in it.

Answered: What are the 3 main sports in Puerto rico

Baseball Basketball and Boxing American football (NFL) Baseball Basketball Bobsled Boxing Boxing in the Olympics Professional Boxing Cockfights Equestrian Fencing Golf Horse racing Road Races Martial arts Professional wrestling Sailing ...

Answered: Spanish words and sentences

Clothing item is "prenda de ropa" and size of child is "talla de niño".

Answered: What is a puerto rican?

A person from Puerto Rico.. Spanish speaking in nationality..

Answered: Sentence construction in spanish

There are some of the differences that distinguish sentence construction Word order in Spanish from sentence construction is different from word order in English.
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It depends on what you wanna say. The verb "Are" comes from its infinitive form "to be". In the Spanish version, the verb "to be" is "ser" as well as "estar". Generally speaking, "ser" is for the following uses: identity, profession, characteristics, origin. Examples are: "Tú eres Paula" or ...

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We love Spain and Spanish food, which has allowed us to share our enthusiasm with all of you. There is nothing more traditional Spanish than jamón serrano . This country ham is a national treasure enjoyed in Spain by all walks of life. You find jamones wherever you look - hanging in stores, bars ...

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Spanish is a part of the Ibero-Romance group of languages, which evolved from several dialects of common Latin in Iberia after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in the fifth century. It was first documented in central-northern Iberia in the ninth century and gradually spread with the ...