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This document is about the language learning that Peace Corps volunteers go through for their work and the way language learning is taught by the Peace Corps. It has three articles on the topics with some specific locations and languages being touched on. There is a final page listing all languages, and the countries they are spoken in, that the Peace Corps taught at the time.
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Peace Corps (U.S.), "Language In The Peace Corps: Breaking The Sound Barrier" (1967). Miscellaneous/Other Documents. 7.