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  • Aug 04, 2011
  • 11:29 PM

To raise bilingual children, some families try ‘one parent, one language’ approach

Washington Post
For Manikowska, her strategy boiled down to two rules: People should speak to Alice in their mother tongue, rather than an acquired language that doesn’t come to them as naturally, and they should stick to that one language when talking to her. The latest research backs up Manikowska’s approach.

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