What is Bilingualism?
Bilingualism means that there is more than one official language for example Canada has English as a fist language and French as a second language.
An individual can be bilingual by having some degree of fluency in two languages. People can be fluent or nearly so in the standard spoken form of a language while having less skill in reading or writing it. The kind of fluency here does not necessarily involve knowledge and ease of use of the many specialized vocabularies that any language has that deal with medical, scientific and other fields.
J. V. Andrew has written: 'Bilingual today, French tomorrow' -- subject(s): Autonomy and independence movements, Bilingualism, English-French relations, History, Politics and government 'Mostly Victoria' 'Backdoor bilingualism' -- subject(s): Bilingualism, English-French relations, Political aspects of Bilingualism, Politics and government
Tom Sandlund has written: 'Bilingualism in Finland' -- subject(s): Bilingualism, Finnish language, History, Social aspects, Social aspects of Finnish language, Social aspects of Swedish language, Swedish language 'Bilinguals in Finland 1950' -- subject(s): Bilingualism, Finnish language, History, Swedish language
Yes, Bilingualism is crucial for the development of Philippine Tourism because if we use two languages or the bilingualism, it would be more appropriate and accurate that everyone would understand each other when speaking. The use of the international language, English, is crucial in terms of communication worldwide. So if the foreigners would come here in the Philippines, it would be easier to us to interact with them because of the use of bilingual.
Martin L. Albert has written: 'Clinical neurology of aging' -- subject(s): Aging, Nervous System Physiological Phenomena, Geriatric neurology, Nervous System Diseases, Aged, Physiology 'The bilingual brain' -- subject(s): Aphasia, Bilingualism, Brain, Language development, Neurolinguistics, Neurophysiology, Physiological aspects, Physiological aspects of Bilingualism, Physiology, Psycholinguistics, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Bilingualism
Albert Breton has written: 'Bilingualism' -- subject(s): Bilingualism, Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Bilingualism 'The theory of local government finance and the debt regulation of local governments' -- subject(s): Local finance 'Nationalism and xenophobia' -- subject(s): Xenophobia, Nationalism 'Discriminatory government policies in federal countries' -- subject(s): Economic policy 'The design of federations' -- subject(s): Federal government 'Marriage, population, and the labour force participation of women' -- subject(s): Employment, Married women, Mothers 'The returns to investment…
Virginie Raguenaud has written: 'Bilingual by choice' -- subject(s): Child development, Language acquisition, Child rearing, Bilingualism in children, Multilingualism in children 'Bilingual by choice' -- subject(s): Child development, Language acquisition, Child rearing, Bilingualism in children, Multilingualism in children
Yvan Allaire has written: 'The newspaper firm and freedom of information' 'The structure and discriminant power of attitudes' -- subject(s): Brand choice, Mathematical models 'Canadian business response to the legislation on francization in the workplace' -- subject(s): Bilingualism, Economic aspects of Bilingualism, French language, Personnel management