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  • r  in a bilingual manner
    she grew up bilingually

  • Whenever Les Canadiens are in town, French Canadians jam Montreal's Forum (capacity: 13,531) to shout bilingually (English and French) for their heroes.
  • 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.
  • I found everyone who was anybody in the town gathered at a reception at the former Austro-Hungarian officer's casino, where they were bilingually honoring local athletes .
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  • Jane Hutt in Campaign Series
    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...
  • Michael Clyne in The Age
    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...

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