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Spanish analysis

Date Submitted: 06-Mar-2004
From: Natasha Nichelle Prince
Subject: Spanish analysis
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Institution/Organization: Committe for Public Counsel Services

Notice: Hello, Ann Goldbach, of the Committee for Public Counsel Services, is looking for a linguist or Spanish professor who would be able to explain the differences between El Salvadorean Spanish and other types of Spanish.

Additionally, we are looking for someone who could also analysize certain statements. Please let me know if you can help or of you know of someone who could. You can also contact Ann Goldbach at agoldbach@publiccounsel.net.