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<p>Darlene Freire-Geller says teaching Spanish to her two youngest daughters, Emily (8) and Hailey (4), "just didn't happen." Freire-Geller, who is a second-generation American, knows Spanish but speaks English at work and at home. Her husband, Ira, only speaks English.</p>

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Darlene Freire-Geller says teaching Spanish to her two youngest daughters, Emily (8) and Hailey (4), "just didn't happen." Freire-Geller, who is a second-generation American, knows Spanish but speaks English at work and at home. Her husband, Ira, only speaks English.

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Habla español? Soon, Latinos will be less likely to say 'si'

Some Latinos feel there's no need to speak Spanish

It's no secret that more and more people are speaking español in the United States, but what you probably didn't know is that in the future more of those Spanish speakers will not be Hispanic.