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Start > Control Panel > Clock, Language, and Region > Regional and Language Options.
Once in the Regional and Language Options, click the Keyboards and Languages
tab. If you see a drop down list of languages, see if it is set to
English. If not, set to English. However, if you do not have this list
there, you may need to install it.
Not sure but if its a GE answering machine if you turn on the answer feature and then hold down the message skip button for 2 or 3 seconds and release it changes the language back to english. If you then hold down the review/playback button (keep holding) it beeps, after the beep speak your message when done release the button. If you want to review your message press the review/playback(cant remember exactly what its called) and release it.
Press the ans on/off button on the base to turn answering machine on. Message indicator should light up. Now press and hold the skip button for 2 seconds. This will change the language back to english. Repeat the steps if you want to go back to the other language.
Just as the other answers that were left...you just have to press the skip button. Just make sure that you press announce on the cradle...not on the phone...then when you hear the voice in Spanish just press and HOLD the skip button until it changes to English. Good Luck