|Title:||Bilingualism and biculturalism and teaching of modern languages: point of view of a teacher of french from Russia|
|Authors:||Sedykh, A. P.|
Trescheva, N. V.
Koteneva, I. A.
Buzinova, L. M.
Ermakova, L. R.
|Citation:||Bilingualism and biculturalism and teaching of modern languages: point of view of a teacher of french from Russia / A. P. Sedykh [et al.] // Modern Journal of Language Teaching Methods. - 2017. - Vol.7, №2.-P. 226-231.|
|Abstract:||More than 50% of the world's inhabitants are bilingual, and this percentage is expected to be increasing due to the increasing global mobility. Some people are bilingual because of the characteristics of their families, others because of migration, or because they live in a border area or a country that has several languages. Bilingualism is extremely widespread in Russia and in France. In this article, the actual and complex phenomenon of bilingualism in the contemporary cultural situation, in particular in the teaching of foreign languages, is considered|
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