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bilingual

(bī′lĭng′gwĭl)
Being able to speak and write in a semantically correct and fluent style in two languages.
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Finally, RQ5 is expected to shed light on which specific topics related to raising children bilingually are of interest to carers, so that we can achieve a better match between their expectations and the content of seminars and workshops that are organised for them.
'The council has a Welsh language scheme which requires them to deal bilingually with any correspondence with the public.'
Under the system NHS staff will have to answer the phone bilingually, greet people in Welsh and could label cakes and sandwiches served on wards in both English and Welsh.
The main body of the text contains five graphic stories, each presented bilingually in English and the protagonistAEs native language.
Huw, 26, who conducts group sessions to make staff aware of the benefits of services provided bilingually, is promoting Apprenticeship Week, which runs from March 9.
Bilingually presented, the thirty-two poems in this compilation illustrate the full range of her encounters with both fantasy and reality.
The Zero Edition of the Bahraini magazine for human rights has been published bilingually -- both in Arabic and English.
Mr Andrews said: "I am delighted we have been able to extend this scheme to give students in FE colleges more opportunities to continue their studies through the medium of Welsh or bilingually, and to offer the support needed to encourage students to continue to use the language.
The month-long competition during the blessed month of Ramadan is set to reach a greater number of segments in the community by being bilingually launched in both English and Arabic.
Around 100 members of the group - who are calling for a new Welsh Language Act forcing private companies to act bilingually - converged on the new Ystwyth Retail Park in Aberystwyth in protest at its lack of Welsh signs.
The study offers significant coverage of the adolescent years--a period that has generallyreceived less attention in the literature on bilingualism--and adds to the body of knowledge about the role of language in the identity of children raised bilingually, how this compares for adolescents from minority and majority communities, and the construction of cultural identity in different language communities.
The Career Awareness Program for Bilingual Haitian and Hispanic Students (CAP) in New York City was designed to provide these high school students of limited English proficiency with instruction in English as a Second Language (ESL), native language arts (NLA), and content area subjects taught bilingually. It also was intended to provide students with personal counseling, tutoring, and orientation to American education and culture.