The Welsh language is one of the special qualities of the national park and is a majority language
in Snowdonia, spoken by approximately 60% of residents.
Assouline explores the impact of ideology on language contact in the context of a linguistic minority that opposes the majority language
filed a human rights complaint after a series of condo meetings were held in Mandarin only, given that it was the majority language
in the building.
In Germany, immigrants immediately and intensively used media in the majority language
, in contrast to the immigrants in Israel.
Frequently referred to as a "locale," this combination of factors could define a country and its majority language
or a domestic market with a minority language.
This idea comes to prominence in the idea that speakers of the majority language
have a strong sense of identification that can lead to wider language involvement and language vitality in any given community (Giles & Johnson, 1987).
Spanish is the majority language
, and English is taught as a foreign language.
In this article I argue that interpreters are needed not only by ethnic minority children who speak the majority language
either poorly or not at all, but also, and perhaps counter-intuitively, by a broader group of ethnic minority children and their families.
The findings appear to demonstrate a shift toward the society's majority language
Rwanda, unlike most African countries, has always had one majority language
and culture, as Jacqueline Musiitwa explains.
The project will focus on teacher education for the majority language
They address all the social settings of language learning (the majority language
context, the minority second language setting, the external setting, coexisting second language settings, and the institutional second language setting).