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English immersion hits home

Spanish speakers fear erosion of culture

By Monica Rhor
Globe Staff / March 21, 2004

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Third in a series of occasional articles chronicling one family's experience with English immersion. Cindy Umana scrunched her face in displeasure. "Talk in English. I don't understand you in Spanish," the 7-year-old ordered, speaking to the after-school program volunteer whose Spanish was halting and heavily accented. (Full Article: 1322 Words)

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