Advantages And Disadvantages Of Bilingualism

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In opinion of the author, the vocabulary of the emotions are different from language to language. This is because every country has its own culture , its own way to express feelings, moods, thoughts, differents words to express the attitude which can be understood totally different in other country or words which can’t be translated in other language.
The Bilingualism is an important issue in the world. Davis ( Fishman, 1972) writes in his book Language and Nationalism : „A people without a language of its own is only half a nation. A nation should guard its languages more than its territories – `tis a surrer barrier, a more important frontier than fortress or rivers.”( p.49 ). Nowadays most people speak two or more languages and a large proportion of the world’s population is bilingual. It’s not like if you’re from England you must speak just English or if you’re from France you must speak just french. Bilingualism is present in practically country of the world, in all classes of society, and in all age groups. In fact, this is difficult to find a society that is genuinely monolingual. The factors of the bilingualism are economic and comercial. People have always moved to others regions, countries or continents in search of work and better living conditions. Urbanization often linked to industrialization also enhances bilingualism. The migration of people so, leads to bilingualism.
Now, after I made an introduction about bilingualism, I will concentrate on the subject of
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