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Boys and Adults may wear this strip if they show their knowledge of a foreign language or the sign language for the deaf by:
  1. Carrying on a 5-minute conversation in this language.

  2. Translating a 2-minute speech or address.

  3. Writing a letter in the language (Does not apply for sign language)

  4. Translating 200 words or more from the written word.

NOTE:  Older strips are red/ white,  while newer strips are tan/ red..

Examples of some present strips follow:

Arabic Arabic
Cantonese Chinese Cantonese
Dutch Dutch
French French
Greek Greek
Italian Italian
Japanese Japanese
Traditional Mandarin Chinese Mandarin (Traditional)
Madarin Chinese Mandarin
Portuguese Portuguese
Russian Russian
Signing Signing
Spanish Spanish
Vietnamese Vietnamese



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