“In the end, with this bilingualism, children do not learn English or Spanish.” Who has not heard, on leaving school or at a bar counter, reasoning of this type? This concern goes beyond purely informal settings and is shared even by teachers. In 2009, a study revealed how some Spanish language and literature teachers were reluctant to coordinate their […] … learn more→
Tag Archives: Bilingualism
Does bilingual education affect the development of the mother tongue?
Bilingualism: how to get your child to speak your language – and why it matters
Humans have been migrating since prehistoric times – moving within and beyond geographical borders – in search of food, for survival or for better prospects in life. In the European Union alone, the latest figures show that in 2016 more than 4m people immigrated to an EU country, while at least 3m emigrated and left an EU […] … learn more→
Unconscious language learning
Unconscious learning could be the secret to speeding up learning a second language. … learn more→