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Chavacano is a Spanish creole spoken in the Philippines. The name of the language stems from the Spanish word Chabacano, which according to most Spanish dictionaries is defined as meaning "vulgar".
Chavacano is concentrated mostly in the provinces of Zamboanga, Cotabato with some speakers found in Ternate in Cavite. According to a 1990 census, there are 292,630 speakers. Speakers are also said to be found in one village in Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia. Its speakers are also located in some foreign countries they settled, like Canada, United States, Australia, South Korea, and United Kingdom.
The vocabulary comes from the Spanish language, while the grammar is mostly based on indigenous structures. It is used in primary education, television and radio.
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