Raising Multilingual Children
With globalization and the widespread acknowledgment and celebration of cultural diversity, multilingualism has become common despite all skepticism and difficulties facing it. Nowadays, it has become rare to find a person that cannot understand if not converse in more than one language. Multilingualism is no longer simply a way to reflect a person's identity but it is more of a means of communication in the big village the globe has become. Notwithstanding all the opposition facing it and all the disadvantages it is known to have, multilingualism has become the rule rather than the exception in most countries.
Despite its prevalence, different references and different people have different views to multilingualism.
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