Not all Latinos in the US speak Spanish, but many of them speak Spanglish, without a doubt. By 2020, 34% of Latino families in the US will only speak English at home. Meanwhile, Spanish-speaking countries are adapting and will continue to adapt the Spanish language faced with new foreign words.
The Diccionario de la Real Academia Española (DRAE) is now in bookstores in Latin America and Spain since October 16. The twenty-third edition of the DRAE includes around 6 thousand new words. And among them is a large number of Americanisms and foreign words – especially Anglicisms.