One day, as I was in the Alcana of Toledo, a boy came up to sell some pamphlets and old papers to a silk mercer, and, as I am fond of reading even the very scraps of paper in the streets, led by this natural bent of mine I took up one of the pamphlets the boy had for sale, and saw that it was in characters which I recognised as Arabic, and as I was unable to read them though I could recognise them, I looked about to see if there were any Spanish-speaking
Morisco at hand to read them for me; nor was there any great difficulty in finding such an interpreter, for even had I sought one for an older and better language I should have found him.
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The US has 41 million native Spanish-speakers plus 11 million who are bilingual which makes the US now the world's second largest Spanish-speaking
country after Mexico according to a study published by Instituto Cervantes.
In addition to the name change, the Consumer Affairs Division will now offer more services to Spanish-speaking
Summary: California [United States], June 22 (ANI): You became friends on Facebook with a Spanish-speaking
individual and now you have no idea where you are headed because you don't know Spanish.
consumers can learn more about healthy living, employee benefits, and other workplace issues on a new website from Colonial Life.
"The demand for health care professionals with Spanish-speaking
skills is on the rise," said Ignacio Alvarez-Garcia, Ph.D., ECC instructional coordinator.
[Editors note: VOYA welcomes Rosa Diaz is our new columnist for a new column that will focus on service to Spanish-speaking
Howard and his colleagues surveyed both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking
women and found that about two-thirds of the 160 English-speaking and 123 Spanish-speaking
respondents were unable to distinguish between a pelvic exam and a Pap smear, but that a comparable percentage in both groups (74% and 70%, respectively), were able to identify at least one correct descriptor of the term.