Multilingualism

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Multilingualism Meaning and Definition in Dictionary

Multilingualism Meaning and Definition in Wikipedia


Multilingualism is when a person can speak more than one language. People who can speak two languages are called "bilingual", which is a type of multilingualism. Multilingualism is important today in jobs, because different countries buy things from each other more.

There are more multilingual people in the world than monolingual people.



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  • Local perspectives, global rights
    Global Voices Summit 2015 opens in Cebu on January 24 #GV2015 FROM THE OPEN Internet, online civic movements, human rights in the digital age, digital surveillance, multilingualism online, to legal threats against bloggers and activists – all these will be discussed in Cebu City, Philippines, as bloggers, activists, ,social media experts and geeks from around [ Read more on this news related to 'Multilingualism'
  • 2-day international media summit set in Cebu City
    A TWO-DAY international summit that will be held in Cebu City on Jan. 24 and 25 will tackle some of the latest issues on citizen media, freedom of information, digital security, indigenous languages and multilingualism online, and Internet activism. Global Voices, an international citizen media network founded in 2004 at Harvard University, will hold the Global Vo Read more on this news related to 'Multilingualism'
  • International media summit in Cebu in January
    A TWO-DAY international summit that will be held in Cebu City on January 24-25, 2015 will tackle some of the latest issues on citizen media, freedom of information, digital security, indigenous languages and multilingualism online, and internet activism. Read more on this news related to 'Multilingualism'

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