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    Multilingualism  among  MBA  students  in  Nepal‚  Advantage  in  Corporate  Nepal   1   Multilingualism among MBA students in Nepal‚ Advantage in Corporate Nepal Shrizana Shrestha MBA I – Fall 2012‚ Kathmandu University School of Management Email: 12133_shrizana@kusom.edu.np Sandeep Sigdel MBA I – Fall 2012‚ Kathmandu University School of Management Email: 12134_sandeep@kusom.edu.np Ashish Silwal MBA I – Fall 2012‚ Kathmandu University School of Management Email:

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    Bilingualism Bilingualism is the ability to communicate in two languages unlike monolingualism‚ which is the ability to speak only one language. More than half of the world’s population can speak two or more languages‚ people tend to use it in their everyday lives. It’s not surprising that so many people can be bilinguals‚ since there are roughly 6‚500 languages spoken in the world. Each individual country can have more than one language‚ such as in India there are 445 languages‚ in Indonesia

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    among the early societies. Without multilinguistic abilities those nations could poorly exchange information‚ make trade or keep some sort of diplomatic relations. When civilizations started to grow and absorbed people from different origins multilingualism was necessary to establish a good connivance among the citizens. On 196 BC‚ for instance‚ King Ptolemy V‚ ruler of Hellenic Egypt‚ in order to be understood by all

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    TITLE PAGE MULTILINGUALISM IN NIGERIA: A BLESSING OR A CURSE? PREFACE Multilingualism is an issue that has become a subject of discussion in a variety of language related disciplines. Some researchers discuss multilingualism as a sociolinguistic concept through which issues of language contact and the status of the mother tongue can be interrogated. Others see multilingualism as a political matter‚ that is‚ an issue which requires solutions to language problems from the policy makers who are

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    Mother tongue-based multilingual education (MLE) is a formal or nonformal education‚ in which the children’s mother tongue is used in the classroom as a bridge in learning Filipino and English. Children begin their education in a language they understand‚ their mother tongue‚ and develop a strong foundation in their mother language. The purpose of a multilingual education program is to develop appropriate cognitive and reasoning skills enabling children to operate equally in different languages

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    v v vi vi vi vii ix ix x x xi xi xi xii xii xii iii ENG 454 COURSE GUIDE INTRODUCTION ENG 454: Multilingualism is a three-credit unit course. This course introduces key theoretical and practical issues in the study of multilingual societies and individuals‚ exploring these at the levels of the nation‚ the region‚ and the group. Multilingualism examines

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    Multilingualism in the Modern World Multilingual nations exist in all parts of the world‚ and very many examples could be cited. Difficulties only arise when one attempts to locate a country that is genuinely monolingual. There appear to be very few. Even in Europe there are not many true examples. Nearly all European countries contain linguistic minorities – groups of speakers who have as their native variety a language other than that which is the official‚ dominant or major language in the

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    The Advantages of being multilingual The world we live in is rapidly growing into an enormous melting pot and most of us are very aware of the fact that the ability to speak a foreign language has never been as vital as it has been in the 21st century. Learning a new language offers many new career opportunities as well as other advantages which are often ignored. Among the less obvious benefits is the change in perspective one will gain from seeing the world through different eyes. Every language

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    which are used to refer to any language learned in addition to the native language called mother tongue‚ first language or L1. Furthermore‚ second language acquisition can also include a third language‚ which is then called heritage language or multilingualism. SLA1 only refers to the processes the learner has to go through and has nothing to do with the instruments a teacher uses for second language teaching. The main question the study of learner-external factors has to face is how do learners get

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    David L Fertig LIN200 03/03/14 Multilingualism: The Key of Identity What will happen if United States declare its official language as English? Will the country continue to accept immigrants afterward? It will probably be the end of the long history of the immigration in the country. It will need additional one or two generations to fully shift their languages to English. What about the legal U.S. citizens immigrated to this country and have continued to use their mother language until today

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