Bilingualism is simply the ability to use two languages in everyday life.
Bilingualism in children and adults is common—and increasing in many parts of the world. In fact, approximately one-third of the population is bilingual or multilingual.
Simultaneous bilinguals learn two languages from birth, whereas sequential bilinguals learn a first language followed by a second...Read More
Understanding the American banking system is complicated –even to English speakers who are reading English documents. Banking and lending institutions, along with credit card companies, make it so darn confusing to understand their jargon that it takes research and good guidance (albeit from someone who has your best interest in mind) to understand what is being said and the...Read More
How does America compare to other countries when it comes to language acquisition? The answer is complicated; it changes based on age, available programs and the lifestyle of each learner. Here’s an overview of how bilingualism in the US compares to other countries.
The Age of the Student
There are several factors that ultimately determine how many bilingual individuals there are...Read More