bilingually bilingually


  • (adv) in a bilingual manner


  • Yale staged an impromptu debate in Spanish later on with the excuse that they had not known that Porto Rico University was desirous of debating bilingually.


  1. Welsh Assembly Government Minister for Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills Jane Hutt said: "With the ever-increasing demand for bilingual and Welsh medium education, it is vital that we have enough people who can teach bilingually at...
    on Dec 31, 2008 By: Jane Hutt Source: Campaign Series

  2. "There is a lot of evidence that language and literacy skills are transferred from one language to another," Professor Clyne says. "One of the spin-offs of bilingual education is that children who grow up bilingually think in different ways...
    on Jun 11, 2006 By: Michael Clyne Source: The Age

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