Monday- I came home from college. I spoke English with my friends the entire day. I switched from speaking English to speaking Spanglish with my mom. My mom is fluent in English, but I feel some words would be too rigorous for her, so I use a mix of Spanish and English when speaking to her.
Tuesday- I returned home from class, and my cousin from Ecuador called me. I spoke with him in Spanish and used a lot of Ecuadorian slang in the conversation.
Wednesday- I went to my aunt’s house and talked to my baby cousin in an amiable and kid-like tone. Later on in the day, I spoke English with my brother.
Thursday- I went to visit my old friend from middle school. I used a lot of slang, and my way of speaking was very informal because we were comfortable with each other. Later on, when I went home, I switched my speech to a more respectful and calm manner.
Friday- I spoke to my friends in broken English and used slang. Later on, I spoke to my parents in Spanish.
Saturday- My sister called me, and we spoke in Spanish. As soon as I finished speaking with her, I met up with my friends, and we spoke English.
Sunday- I spoke with my brother in English, but then he aggravated me, and I began to yell at him in Spanish. Yelling in Spanish feels more natural!