See larger This Friday, July 22, 2011 photo shows Antonello Di Giovanni, foreground, as he attempts to get his daughter Alice Di Giovanni, center, to laugh as she poses for a photo with her mother Anna Manikowska, right, and her nanny Marisol Espinoza Lazo in Miami Beach, Fla. Alice, 1, is one of an increasing number of Americans living in homes where languages other than English are spoken. Her Polish-Canadian mother speaks to her in French, her father in Italian and her Honduran nanny in Spanish.  (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

This Friday, July 22, 2011 photo shows Antonello Di Giovanni, foreground, as he attempts to get his daughter Alice Di Giovanni, center, to laugh as she poses for a photo with her mother Anna Manikowska, right, and her nanny Marisol Espinoza Lazo in Miami Beach, Fla. Alice, 1, is one of an increasing number of Americans living in homes where languages other than English are spoken. Her Polish-Canadian mother speaks to her in French, her father in Italian and her Honduran nanny in Spanish. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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