You hear the most interesting things sometimes in the check-out line.
This time at Cost-U-Less.
A mom with her kids. As they are waiting, the kids are eyeing the little goodies they stack by the cashier. I don't even know what the one kid was wanting, but he says to mom, in English, "Mom, can I get?"
She says, in English, "Which you like?"
Again, I think, a Chamorro-ism. A direct translation of what she'd have said in Chamorro, "Måno ya-mo?" "Which you like?" Or she could have asked, "Which you want?" as in "Måno malago'-mo?"
Rather than, "Which one do you like, or want?"