By Sarah J. Shin
This ebook is an advent to the social and academic facets of bilingualism. It offers an outline of a extensive diversity of sociolinguistic and political concerns surrounding using languages, together with code-switching in renowned song, ads, and on-line social areas. It bargains a well-informed dialogue of what it skill to check and dwell with a number of languages in a globalized global and sensible suggestion on elevating bilingual children.
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