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Spain Wants Jamaica to Make Spanish a Second Language

Wednesday, July 19, 2017   (0 Comments)
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By Jamaica Observer

Spain's Secretary for International Cooperation, Fernando Garcia Casas, thinks bilateral cooperation between his country and Jamaica could be greatly increased by encouraging greater use of the Spanish language here.

“We would like to see Spanish made a second language in Jamaica: More use of the Spanish language. I believe this is an important factor in tourism, because you are surrounded by Spanish-speaking countries,” he stated.

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