Spanish-speaking


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able to communicate in Spanish

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This virtual clinic has been launched to cope with the demands of Iowa's growing Latino population, and would extend access to care to more than 170,000 Spanish-speaking individuals.
The addition of Spanish classes to the Austin North beauty school has encouraged more Spanish-speaking women and men to obtain training as stylists or cosmetologists; and Spanish students now are the fastest growing student body in Bella's locations.
Translation Nation: Defining a New American Identity in the Spanish-Speaking United States is an informative and valuable narrative of his and other people's experiences of living on both sides of the cultural and linguistic divide between the United States and Mexico, Central America, South America, or Puerto Rico.
How did Spanish-speaking peoples respond to the play?
Unlike dual immersion, which the district only has at Edison, the bilingual programs overwhelmingly served Spanish-speaking students instead of a mix from different backgrounds.
Of this collection of twenty four centers, eight were located in Spanish-speaking enclaves (most notably in the Hialeah, Little Havana, and downtown Miami areas) and two were located in the Little Haiti enclave.
Feedback Research surveyed a random sampling of Claria's tens of millions of anonymous users to gain insight into how Spanish-speaking consumers use the Internet for their shopping and personal needs.
19, presenting RES201 entirely in Spanish responds to the expressed need and interest of many employers of Spanish-speaking real estate managers.
Strategies for Older Students), which now provides reading skills development for Spanish-speaking students to learn to read English.
People are asking for the Spanish-speaking person, and they appreciate it.
Such scholarly research can be very useful in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, where studies sometime underestimate the African heritage, and even the very Caribbean nature of Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico.
Nearly 4,000 people from the Chicago metropolitan area attend five Spanish-speaking masses at the church every weekend, and the committee fears the loss of parking will cut attendance.
A convenient new guide helps Spanish-speaking business professionals and students express themselves clearly in English.
A Spanish-speaking state prisoner who was diagnosed with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (ADS) brought a [sections] 1983 action.