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Ashley262 views

How to find someone to interview for a school project?

We need to interview someone in the field we want to go into, and I want to go into a field related to the spanish language, specifically I was thinking about being an interpreter. Is there any way for me to do so? I'm not really sure how to find people in the field and linkedin is confusing me. Thank you for the help

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How difficult is it to get a 5 in AP Spanish Language and Culture without being a native speaker?

I'm interested in taking the course and have experience taking previous Spanish courses, but this is my first time taking an AP Spanish course so I'm a little anxious in wondering if it's even possible to get a 5 on the AP exam without being a native speaker.

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Maddie858 views

Do colleges like when you take 4 years of the same foreign langauge?

Hello, im a freshman in highschool and im building my schedule for next year (sophmore year), i really want to take spanish for all 4 years but alot of my friends are saying its dumb. I really want to get into a good college so i didn’t know if 4 years of spanish would help me! Thank you!!!

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Teriyana371 views

Does anyone know any universities that have master programs that in Multilingual Studies?

I would like to learn multiple languages at once and get a Masters degree. I've been searching the internet and have had no luck finding a program that teaches multilingual studies and/or Master program that has a "study aboard" opportunity to learn the language of one's choice. Any suggestions? Any feedback would be helpful at this point. Thank you!

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what is the best type of JD to go for for an immigration lawyer specializing in spanish

what is the best type of JD to go for for an immigration lawyer specializing in spanish

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Michelle241 views

How to be ready for AP Spanish?

I’m good at Spanish but still nervous about Publix speech

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Jared133 views

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What does it take to become a translator?

I am a college senior at St John's University. I am a French major, and I would like to be a French translator. Note: this question was asked anonymously by a student

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I am a communications major going into my senior year of college. I have no summer internships or any clue about what I want to do. I really want an internship for the fall of 2023. Can anyone recommend any places near Salve Regina University (Newport, R.I.) ?

Senior year of college, Communications major with a Spanish minor Note: this question was asked anonymously by a student

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Flynn242 views

Summer Retention?

How do I retain what I learned in Spanish this year over the summer?

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Nathan364 views

How did being fluent in two languages affect your career?

I am currently enrolled in a Spanish immersion program, and am going to graduate high school with a minor in Spanish. How did a similar opportunity help your career plans?

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What jobs would allow for my skill in Spanish and my years of Spanish Immersion to be best used?

I have been taking Spanish Immersion for all of my life within my district, therefore I would like to find a job that will make all my learning worth it. I am also into other jobs such as physics and law, but still I would like to use Spanish within my job or place of work

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Violet655 views

What kinds of foreign language careers are there?

I am interested in foreign languages, especially Spanish and Hawaiin. I think it would be fun to have a job related to languages. #foreign-languages #language #spanish #hawaiin

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Evelynn586 views

How do I get a job in forensics?

I'm a physics major with a minor in math and Spanish, and I don't know where to go, where to look, or how to get a job in forensics. I have been looking online a lot, but so far I have only found jobs for chemistry and psychology majors. Thank you #jobs #math #career #forensics #jobinforensics #firstjob #forensicscience #physics #spanish

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Jobs in forensics

I'm a physics major with a minor in math and spanish. I'm trying to look for a job that is related to forensics, but so far the ones that I have found are for biology, chemistry, and psychology majors. Thank you #forensics #forensicscience #job #physics #math #spanish # #first-job

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Anjali718 views

What's the best advice for someone studying abroad?

I am studying abroad in Madrid, Spain this semester. I would love to hear anyone's advice or opinions! Specifically, some topics that have interested me are: traveling on a budget, learning Spanish/Spanish fluency, making/keeping friends abroad, and time management. #study-abroad #college #travel #college-advice #spanish #spain #time #budget #life

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Rebecca859 views

What are some great programs to watch in Spanish to help improve my fluency?

I would like to know of some great shows (preferably on Netflix) that I could watch to improve my comprehension of Spanish and my fluency. #college, #Spanish, #learning

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Kaylee923 views

What is the best way to prepare for studying abroad in Spain for a full semester?

My desire to study abroad stems from wanting to learn the language of Spanish, to travel and see the sights, to re-model myself to see new approaches of lifestyles and to develop and make personal growth with lifetime memories. I might be intimidated to let go of my normal day to day routine as I am a planner who strives on time management and schedules. However, I am eager to learn a different side of myself, to grow more independently and be present for myself and the world around me. Spain is a place that is so relevant to my studies and my intentions as a global citizen. From having family members who have traveled the world tell their stories since I was a little girl, I have been taught and expected to love a country that I have never met. My passion for studying the Spanish language, my major and gaining a deeper understanding of new cultures, has inspired me to apply to study abroad Seville, Spain. I leave in January until May and want to make sure I obtain the best experience and absorb the most learning opportunities. What steps and actions should I look into completing and getting ready before leaving beyond expenses and documents? How can I better prepare my mind to a new culture and the shock along with it? #travel #college #spain #studyabroad #spanish #hospitality #prepare

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What are some minors that would go well with a Spanish major?

If I were to want to translate for courts, would I have to get any specific minors? #minors #spanish #translator

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Kathryn780 views

What types of jobs can you get as a Spanish Translator?

I plan on majoring in Spanish and I would like to know some of my options with this major outside of teaching. #Spanish #Jobs

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Liz617 views

I want to become an ELL/Dual Language elementary teacher. What all could I do with my Master's Degree in Spanish?

Spanish comes easily to me and I would like to incorporate it into my career, whether that be education or another field. #Spanish #education #ELL #future #career #foreignlanguages #elementary

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Loren832 views

How do I sell my General Bachelor of Arts to future employers?

I am studying both German and Spanish right now in university. I know that language abilities are helpful to a variety of jobs, but if an employer isn't hiring a job that specifically asks for language skills, how to I make myself still seem applicable? #language #foreign-languages #german #spanish #hiring

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Lindsey1145 views

What can you do with a Spanish major?

I'm in high school, heading off to college soon, and wondering what jobs I would be able to get with a major in #Spanish. I'd love to hear what you for a living after majoring or minoring in Spanish in college! #foreign-languages #language #languages #college-major

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Brittany874 views

Will taking a Spanish course in college really help me with my future career in psychology?

The school I want to go to requires that I take a Spanish course. #spanish #foreign-languages #psychology #college

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Is it better to minor in French?

I am already fluent in Spanish, but have only taken French in high school. #french #college-minor #spanish #foreign-languages

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How will having a double major affect me financially?

I plan on majoring in Law and Spanish in college, but it is really important to me to be in the best financial spot possible when I graduate. #pre-law #law #spanish #spanishmajor

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Rachel958 views

What are some tips for language learning?

I love to learn languages and often do so by teaching myself. I can speak English and German proficiently, followed by Spanish decently well, and basic sentences in Turkish, Italian, and Russian. What are some tips on learning foreign languages and becoming more fluent? #language #german #spanish #foreign-languages #language-skills #languages

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Yasmin1876 views

Are foreign language degree considered "useless?"

I love foreign languages. I'm already bilingual. (I speak Spanish fluently.) It's my dream to become a polyglot. In college, I'm certain I want to either minor or major in a foreign language. I'm particularly interested in learning Japanese, but I'm also considering Arabic or Russian. The problem is I'm worried about being able to find a job outside of teaching with my degree. (I don't think I have what it takes to become a teacher.) People have warned me about the dangers of a liberal arts degree, and have suggested that I avoid pursuing a degree in liberal arts and humanities. However, I do love math. In the future, I'm thinking about pursuing a career in immigration law or international business. I'm not really sure. But would a foreign language degree on it's own be considered "useless?" Would I need to find an additional field to major or minor in in order to launch a successful career with a foreign language degree? #foreign-languages #careers-for-people-with-liberal-arts-degrees #japanese #bachelorsdegree #arabic #russian ##spanish

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Lianna926 views

What is a good career choice for a person with a natural ability for learning foreign languages?

In addition to excelling in English throughout high school, I also have a passion for Spanish and American Sign Language. I would love to get input from others regarding a career choice that would allow me to use this strength. #foreign-languages #language #communication #spanish #american-sign-language

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Kayla821 views

What are the different types of jobs an English to Spanish Translator/Interpreter can have?

I'd like to know what types of information (and words) its common for Spanish Translators to use, and which ones are the most fun environments to be in! #spanish #translation

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