We didn't get that feature, but you can experiment with keyboards. For instance, if you enable the "US" and "Spanish" keyboards, Word will switch languages on the fly as you switch keyboards. To do this:
Go to System Preferences > Language & Text
Click on the Input sources tab at the top
Select a non-English language keyboard
Click on "Show input menu in the menu bar" (this is no required, but it will add a little flag in the main menu bar, next to the clock)
Enable Word > Preferences > Edit > Match font with keyboard
Now you can switch keyboards (click on the flag next to the clock)
and Word will match the language.
In System Preferences, the Language & Text panel
includes these options:
Press Command Space for "next keyboard" and Command Option Space for "previous keyboard"
Input source options: (1) Use the same one in all documents; (2) Allow a different one for each document
... but I haven't tested these.
I also work with two languages, but I use a macro that applies English or Spanish to the selection. I just type
Control E for English and Control S for Spanish.
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