There are free countries, partly free countries and not free countries. Click on the MAP OF FREEDOM 2011 to find Spanish-Speaking countries that are free, partly free and not free.
This is a New York Times article talking about the changes that will be made in Spanish.
Find books in Spanish!
Here is an opportunity for studying abroad through SUNY-New Pfaltz
This is for all of you football fans out there!
This is for all of you baseball fans out there!
Here are some examples of what happens when you use on-line translators. I suggest using an on-line dictionary for help instead!
Did you know that there are about 7,000 languages spoken around the world, and one dies out every two weeks?To find out more about this topic, click on the link below:
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