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    Should " chinglish" be capitalize?

    It seems easy to find out that Chinglish often appears in the form of redundancy, which arises when students fail to understand the exact meaning of an English word.
    Dear teacher,

    I wonder it is right to capitalize " Chinglish"? Thanks in advance!


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    Re: Should " chinglish" be capitalize?

    Considering that it is derived from Chinese and English both of which are capitalized, "Chinglish" is usually capitalized.


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    Re: Should " chinglish" be capitalize?

    Aligor, thank you. I understood.

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