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monolingual

(mŏn″ō-lĭng′gwĭl)
Being able to speak only one language in a semantically correct and fluent manner.
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More to his liking may be a defence of the council's website, which despite guarantees by the council to the contrary still operates monolingually.
But commitment of the latter in this regard is weaker, and the third generation winds up for the most part as monolingually anglophone.
Bilingually schooled students outperform monolingually schooled students in all subjects after 4-7 years of bilingual education.
But either someone has exposed my real-life housekeeping habits--which are, shall we say, mellow--or I am at the wrong end of some infallible ethnic equation: most, but by no means all, of the working housekeepers I see on my job searches are African Americans, Spanish-speaking, or immigrants from the Central European post-Communist world, whereas servers are almost invariably white and monolingually English-speaking.
The inheritors of this market, the second and third generations, navigate discursive spaces that largely remain monolingually Portuguese, traditionalist and nationalist, and that are filled with contradictions that marginalise those without the "right" linguistic or cultural capital.
Genevieve's experience of languages both intergenerationally and intragenerationally appears to support other research findings that younger generations use bilingual communication with older generations but tend more frequently to interact monolingually within their own generation (O Giollagain, 2007).
As attention span is an indicator of interest in babies, the researchers noted when monolingually raised babies stopped watching.
The complicated interplay between what connectives allow and what their contexts demand has mostly been studied monolingually and very often on the basis of sequences of two sentences without a natural context (but see, e.g., Doherty 1999; Hasselgard et al.