Dale Jones, an LDS Church spokesman, said in a statement today that speakers “whose primary language is not English now have the choice to deliver their talks in their native tongue.”
In cases when speakers give their address in other languages, Jones said, “English subtitles will be shown on screens in the Conference Center and a live English interpretation will be provided for all other English-language broadcasts including satellite, cable, television and the Internet.
We may have many general authorities choose to speak Spanish during conference but the interesting one will be whether or not President Uchtdorf will speak German or continue with his fluent English as he has so far. What are your thoughts? How many speakers do you think will speak in their native language this coming fall? Leave your comment below.