Montreiano

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Montreiano is the Ibero-Romance language of Montréi in North America. It is closely related to Spanish and Portuguese. It is similar in many ways to Old Castilian, although it is not an archaic dialect of Castilian. Montreianos are accomodating if you do not speak their language. They are frequently fluent if not competent in Castilian, but you will be met with better service and hospitality if you attempt to speak their language. People who mix Castilian and Montreiano are said to speak "Castreiano" (cs: casterreyano) and are looked down with disdain by "proper" speakers, although younger people think it is cool to use Castilian words sprinkled throughout their speech.

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