Chavacano is widely considered to be one of the world’s oldest creole and influenced by Spanish, so it is expected that Chavacano learners are error free in the Spanish language. Since there has been no study on this aspect, the current study is imperative. This study aimed to investigate the errors committed by Chavacano learners in learning Spanish as a foreign language in a conversational context and to determine which errors are more persistent. The study employed the descriptivequalitative method through the use of the Spanish articles and conjugation-based approach to structurally distinguish the verb’s stem and its inflectional affix, as in comer (you eat) in which “com” is the stem and “0, es, emos, eis, en” is the inflection. Ten Chavacano speakers from Mass Communication students as informants were purposively selected. A set of pictures adopted from Tendero (2012) and audio recorder were used. The data were transcribed and analyzed. Results showed that the informants committed the deviation language froms (omission, addition, misformation, and misordering). This study would provide research-based insight among Spanish teachers to anticipate error production from Chavacano learners.