Bilingualism
Multilingualism is the use of two or more languages, either by an individual speaker or by a community of speakers. Multilingual speakers outnumber monolingual speakers in the world's population. Mult...
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Passive speakers (language)
A passive speaker (also referred to as a receptive bilingual or passive bilingual) is someone who has had enough exposure to a language in childhood to have a native-like comprehension of it, but has ...
List of multilingual countries and regions
This is an incomplete list of areas with either multilingualism at the community level or at the personal level.There is a distinction between social and personal bilingualism. Many countries, such as...
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Sequential bilingualism
Sequential bilingualism occurs when a person becomes bilingual by first learning one language and then another. The process is contrasted with simultaneous bilingualism, in which both languages are le...
Simultaneous bilingualism
Simultaneous bilingualism is a form of bilingualism that takes place when a child becomes bilingual by learning two languages from birth. According to Annick De Houwer, in an article in The Handbook o...
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Global Internet usage
This article on global Internet usage includes tables, charts, maps, and a list of articles with more detailed information on a wide range of usage measures.
  
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Bilingual education
Bilingual education involves teaching academic content in two languages, in a native and secondary language with varying amounts of each language used in accordance with the program model.
The fol...
Bilingualism in Canada
The official languages of Canada are English and French, which "have equality of status and equal rights and privileges as to their use in all institutions of the Parliament and Government of Canada,"...
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Diglossia
In linguistics, diglossia (/daɪˈɡlɒsiə/; Greek: διγλωσσία < δι- prefix denoting two, from δίς, twice + γλῶσσα, language + -ία, suffix denoting state or attribute, "speaking two languages") refe...
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Greek language question
The Greek language question (Greek: γλωσσικό ζήτημα, short: το γλωσσικό) was a dispute about whether the language of the Greek people (Demotic Greek) or a cultivated imitation of Ancient Greek (ka...
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Lydia White
Lydia White is an English linguist and educator in the area of second language acquisition (SLA). She is James McGill Professor of Linguistics and currently Associate Provost at McGill University. Sh...
Official bilingualism in the public service of Canada
Because Canada has, for over two centuries, contained both English- and French-speakers, the question of the language used in the administration of public affairs has always been a sensitive issue. Am...
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Stephen Krashen
Stephen Krashen (1941) is professor emeritus at the University of Southern California, who moved from the linguistics department to the faculty of the School of Education in 1994. He is a linguist, ed...
Second-language phonology
The phonology of second languages is different from the phonology of first languages in various ways. The differences are considered to come from general characteristics of second languages, such as s...
National Association for Bilingual Education
The National Association for Bilingual Education is an American advocacy group that provides teacher training, educational leadership, and lobbying efforts on behalf of legislation regarding individua...
Bilingual Review Press
Bilingual Review Press is an American publishing house specialising in the publication of scholarly and literary works by Hispanic and Latino American authors and researchers. It was founded in 1973 a...
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Instituto Nacional de Lenguas Indígenas
The Instituto Nacional de Lenguas Indígenas (National Indigenous Languages Institute, better known by its acronym INALI) is a Mexican federal public agency, created 13 March 2003 by the enactment of t...
Alexander Arguelles
Alexander Sabino Argüelles (often spelt Arguelles) is an American linguist notable for his work on Korean. He is highly committed to the learning of foreign languages, and was profiled in Michael Erar...
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Noticing hypothesis
The noticing hypothesis is a concept in second-language acquisition proposed by Richard Schmidt in 1990. He stated that learners cannot learn the grammatical features of a language unless they notice ...
Bilingual inscription
In epigraphy, a bilingual is an inscription that is extant in two languages (or trilingual in the case of three languages, etc.). Bilinguals are important for the decipherment of ancient writing syste...
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Coremans-De Vriendt law
The Coremans-De Vriendt Law, also dubbed the Law of Equality (Dutch: Gelijkheidswet), was a Belgian law passed on 18 April 1898 which enforced formal legal equality of Flemish and French language ...
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Brian MacWhinney
Brian James MacWhinney (born August 22, 1945) is a Professor of Psychology and Modern Languages at Carnegie Mellon University. He specializes in first and second language acquisition, psycholinguistic...
Intercultural bilingual education
Intercultural bilingual education (IBE) or bilingual intercultural education (BIE) is an intercultural and bilingual model of education designed for contexts with two (or more) cultures and languages ...