Publishing Captivate in other languages for screen readers (JAWS)

I am making a project that will be published in 10 languages in addition to English. Each language will have its own file. The text and alt-text are translated into the correct language. For a person without disabilities, the project is fine.

However, the projects are intended to be accessible for people with disabilities who are non-English learners. I am testing the files with JAWS, the most popular screen reader. I see that under Preferences –> Project –> Publish Settings, I can select one of six languages (Deutsch, English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese). I am running into issues:

IF the file is published in English, then the screen reader will read the body text (that is in Polish, for example) as an English speaker. When I publish the file in French or Spanish, the screen reader reads the contents as Spanish or French.

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