Trilingualism

giveaways and contests

Giveaway! Language Strategies for Trilingual Families: Parents’ Perspective

by Corey
Language Strategies for Trilingual Families: Parents' Perspectives

Multilingual Living is delighted to announce that we are giving away a copy of the fantastic book, Language Strategies for Trilingual Families: Parents’ Perspective! We would like to thank the publishers, Multilingual Matters, for making this possible! To learn more about this book, check out an excerpt from it HERE! Raising trilingual children is a […]

62 comments Click here to read the rest…
General Multilingualism

Still Trilingual at Sixteen (Almost Quadrilingual!)

by contributor
Still Trilingual at Sixteen (Almost Quadrilingual!)

  By Livia Dewaele Being trilingual from birth definitely has advantages, I thought, as I received my results (A*) for my French IGCSE, sat two years early. My entire class at Palmers Green High School (London) is in agreement – they have all at one point told me and the other native French speaker in […]

51 comments Click here to read the rest…
General Multilingualism

Multilingual Children Can Learn Languages Effortlessly

by Corey
multilingual child, trilingual child, bilingual child

As we have been hearing about for many years from renowned researchers, the benefits of bilingualism abound. Even as far back as the early days of Multilingual Living Magazine, we published one article after another showing why multilingualism is the best way to go (we even discussed Prof. Bialystok’s research on Alzheimer’s patients long before […]

10 comments Click here to read the rest…
Families

Trilingual Miracle: Interview with Belgian Linguist Jean-Marc Dewaele

by contributor
trilingual child

By Clo Originally published in Multilingual Living Magazine In my constant quest of knowledge to better understand the different and complex facets of multilingualism, I stumbled across a very informational paper by Dr. Jean-Marc Dewaele, a Belgian Professor in Applied Linguistics and Multilingualism at Birkbeck College in London,UK. A bilingual from birth himself (French and […]

0 comments Click here to read the rest…
General Multilingualism

English as a Third Language (L3) in Our Classrooms!?

by contributor
entering_classroom

By Charissa Reijmers Photo credit: woodleywonderworks Introduction This article is aimed at ESL teachers worldwide. As the term ESL (English as a Second Language) indicates, the way we teach is usually focused on learners who learn English as their second language. For many learners English might not be their second (L2) but their third (L3) […]

4 comments Click here to read the rest…