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Can you translate these questions? 1. ¿Quiénes eran los dos ganadores del Premio Nobel del país de Guatemala? 2. ¿Para qué recibieron el Premio? 3. ¿Cómo se llama el libro más famoso de Miguel Ángel Asturias? 4. ¿De qué escribe Menchú Tum? 5. ¿De qué grupo indígena escribieron estos dos autores?

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Who where the two Guatemalan Nobel Peace Price Winners?
Why did they receive the Prize?
What is the title of Miguel Angel Asturias Rosales's most famous book?

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1. Who were the two Nobel Prize winners in the country of Guatemala? 2. Why were awarded the? 3. What do you call the most famous book of Miguel Angel Asturias? 4. What type Menchú Tum? 5. What Indian group wrote these two authors?

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