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I recently returned from the Australia China Youth Dialogue in Beijing, my head buzzing with new ideas. The Dialogue promotes “more sophisticated ...
In my own research, I have frequently run into difficulty in talking about a ‘native speaker’. What criteria must be met to ...
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Language politics in India Language politics as identity-based politics has been a subject of major political concern in post independence India. Real ...
The Language on the Move team is getting ready to take a break over the Festive Season and we wanted to share ...
Germany is currently witnessing a delightful language ideological farce. It all started when the conservative Christian Social Union (CSU) party proposed last ...