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  • Spanish is spoken by over 340 million people in the world today. Spanish is the second world language of international communication. The first Spanish-speaking country was Spain. Spanish is also spoken in 19 Latin American countries, in parts of Africa, and the Philippines. In the United States, about one out of every 10 residents speaks Spanish.

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  • Providing guided reading instruction in the students’ first language establishes the necessary scaffolding for students to become proficient learners of English. This is accomplished by delivering reading instruction based on the students’ strongest asset—their familiarity with their native language. Additionally, such instruction helps students maintain their first language as well as concurrently advance their literacy skills in both languages.

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  • Language is a substantial barrier to safety and health for Hispanic construction workers in the United States. In recognition of this, The Center to Protect Workers Rights (CPWR), in cooperation with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), sponsored the development and presentation of 10-hour safety and health training in Spanish for residential construction.

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  • Guidelines for Developing Traffc Safety Educational Materials for Spanish-Speaking Audiences was developed as part of Educación de seguridad en el tránsito/Education in Traffc Safety (EST), a two-year project conducted by Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC), in Newton, Massachusetts. EST’s goal was to foster the development of effective traffc safety educational materials to serve the growing Spanish-speaking population in the United States.

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  • A Student Grammar of Spanish is a concise introduction to Spanish grammar, designed for English-speaking undergraduates. Assuming no prior knowledge of grammatical terminology, it explains each aspect of Spanish grammar in clear and simple terms, provides a wealth of glossed examples to illustrate them, and helps students to put their learning into practice through a range of fun and engaging exercises. Clearly organized into thirty units, each covering a different aspect of the grammar, the book functions both as an essential reference guide and as a comprehensive workbook.

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  • Grammar CAN/CAN'T Động từ khuyết thiếu (modal verb) Can (có thể) dùng để nói xem ai/cái gì có khả năng làm gì hoặc biết cách làm gì ở thời hiện tại. E.g. I can run fast. I can swim. She can speak Spanish. He can cook. Can't = Can not (không thể) dùng để nói xem ai/cái gì không có khả năng làm gì hoặc biết cách làm gì ở thời hiện tại.

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  • The Art of Public Speaking containing a warning to take the fleetest horse and flee the city, and from that moment not to eat or sleep without pistols at his hand. To all this Egmont responded that no monster ever lived who could, with an invitation of hospitality, trick a patriot. Like a brave man, the Count went to the Duke's palace. He found the guests assembled, but when he had handed his hat and cloak to the servant, Alva gave a sign, and from behind the curtains came Spanish musqueteers, who demanded his sword. For instead of a banquet...

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  • In all instances, interviewees were given the option of speaking for attribution or off-the-record, and almost all respondents elected to speak off-the-record. A complete listing of the more than 100 interviewees for the overall study will be included as an appendix to the final report. The selection of interviewees considered that individuals from the bench scientist through the agency staff analyst to the politically appointed decisionmaker, as well as advocates from outside the agency, would provide informative perspectives.

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  • Hello! My name's Rob Fellows. I come from Dundee, a town on the coast of Scotland, but I'm a student at Durham University, in the north of England. I'm studying French and German, and I can speak the languages quite well. I also know a little Spanish, so I can speak four languages. I'm enjoying the course a lot, but it's very hard work! I live in Durham Castle, because the Castle is part of the University, with about thirty other students. The course started two years ago, and I'm in my third year. After the course I'm going to work...

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  • Exercise 1: Add commas wherenecessary and change the adjective clause pronoun to that if possible 1 Susan and Dave, who are friends of mine, are visiting me this weekend.("who" cannot be changed to "that") 2 The people who speaking English, Spanish, anh French should apply for the job (no commas;"who" can be changed to "that")

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  • In other words, we exclude both the analysis of other (non-economic) foreign policies with an impact on the development of development-aid-receiving countries, and the coherence between the instruments and objectives of international development cooperation policy. Some of these aspects are covered in previous papers on the coherence of Spain’s development policies, such as Alonso and FitzGerald (2003). Very broadly speaking, the development of aid-receiving countries has been established as the objective we have to be consistent with.

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  • I have spent many years writing the first bilingual legal dictionary in Nicaragua, and probably in Central America. This dictionary is a useful reference in Spanish and English speaking countries, particularly to lawyers, investors, managers, translators, diplomats, students, etc. in today´s globalized world. The Work contains over 44,000 legal terms and phrases in both languages, including terms used in Latin America.

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  • Fashola and colleagues (1996) examined whether Spanish-speaking second-, third-, fifth-, and sixth-grade students would produce more errors consistent with the correct application of Spanish phonological and orthographic rules than would English- speaking students. For example, the correct application of Spanish orthographic rules to the sounds of English words would result in using the letters “i” for the /ee/ sound, “qu” for the /k/ sound and “j” for the /h/ sound.

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  • Mr. Theodore Irving, in his valuable history of the "Conquest of Florida," speaking of the astonishing achievements of the Spanish Cavaliers, in the dawn of the sixteenth century says: "Of all the enterprises undertaken in this spirit of daring adventure, none has surpassed, for hardihood and variety of incident, that of the renowned Hernando de Soto, and his band of cavaliers. It was poetry put in action. It was the knight-errantry of the old world carried into the depths of the American wilderness.

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  • The group of students with the lowest (best) word reading efficiency scores at the end of fourth grade were monolingual English-speaking students instructed in English. 3 However, there was not a large difference among the three groups of Spanish-speaking students: scores were 1.21 for the students transitioned at the end of third grade, 1.24 for those transitioned at the end of second grade, and 1.15 for those instructed in English only.

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  • With regard to English passage comprehension, the children initially instructed in Spanish and transitioned into English at the end of second grade made the most gains between the end of second grade and the end of fourth grade. At the end of fourth grade, the monolingual English-speaking students had the highest scores, followed by the Spanish-speaking English-instructed students, Spanish-speaking students transitioned at the end of second grade, and Spanish-speaking students transitioned at the end of third grade.

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