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Choose all of the words from the following group that have a Spanish
root. ranch baroque banana football canoe patio antique letter avocado coyote book savvy guitar chocolate symbol mosquito understand potato hurricane hammock
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User: How many countries have Spanish as their official language? 20 21 41 30

User: How many countries have Spanish as their official language? 20 21 41 30

User: Choose all of the words from the following group that have a Spanish root. ranch baroque banana football canoe patio antique letter avocado coyote book savvy guitar chocolate symbol mosquito understand potato hurricane hammock

Weegy: ranch baroque banana football canoe ,patio antique letter
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