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Volume XXIII-2/ December 2018 Multilingualism: diversity of approaches

Nowadays, multilingualism is a universal and complex phenomenon that affects individuals, as well as societies or states. While not claiming to be exhaustive, which would be impossible, this issue aims to explore different aspects of multilingualism that are unevenly addressed, such as:
- the diversity of languages versus English as a lingua franca
- pronunciation difficulties among bilinguals (children / adults)
- the maintaining / attrition of certain languages among bilingual / multilingual individuals
- teaching a school subject in a foreign language
- foreign languages in the workplace
- the role / importance of translations in a multilingual world
- how interactions work in multilingual contexts, etc.