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Spanish Language's Influence on the Puerto Rican Identity The initial occupation of Puerto Rico by the Spaniards carries an important implication for language as part of the Puerto Rican identity. The Spanish language was imposed upon the inhabitants of the island, the Tainos, in the sixteenth century, when the Spanish inhabited the island in 1502, after the Spanish conquerors claimed the island in the name of Spain in 1493. Eventually, the Spanish had moved out or taken over the ways of the old and their culture infiltrated that of the Taino to create a new dimension of the first storey, where the Spanish language was incorporated as the building blocks of the foundation of the Puerto Rican language.

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Puerto Rico
Spanish Language's Influence on the Puerto Rican Identity

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initial Spanish occupation of Puerto Rico by the Spaniards carries an important implication for language as part of greatly shaped the Puerto Rican identity through language . The Spanish language was imposed upon the inhabitants of the island, the Tainos, in the sixteenth century , when the . The Spanish inhabited the island in 1502 , after the Spanish conquerors claimed the island conquering it in the name of Spain in 1493. Eventually, the Spanish culture had moved pushed out or taken over the ways of the Tainos's old and their culture infiltrated that of the Taino to create a new dimension of the first storey, where the ways. The Spanish language was incorporated as formed the building blocks of the foundation of the Puerto Rican language.
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