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CALEC Bulletin #38 - In Maine, Franco-Americans attempt to sustain the French language despite a "No-French" law passed in 1919, which has caused a notable decline in the population of French speakers
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A "No-French” law passed in 1919 contributed to the diminishing of a once-thriving Franco-American language.
Celebrate Lunar New Year With These Books
Families with toddlers, preschoolers, and children of all ages will enjoy learning about animals, singing fun Mandarin songs, and acquainting themselves with Chinese culture. A perfect bilingual book to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Available in Chinese-English and in Chinese-French.
“While most East Asians celebrate the lunar New Year, those of any ancestry can enjoy reading this delightful book with their children and grandchildren.” —Weihua Zhang, Professor and Author of Dream Variations
Available in English, Korean and Chinese
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Entrepreneur de la tech spécialisé dans l'apprentissage des langues avec une approche de micro-learning décomplexée et des contenus adaptés et fun, Benjamin Lévy est l'invité de cet épisode de Révolution bilingue.
Hotel Borbollón delivers short, personalized and fun online Spanish lessons.Our goal: your motivation, participation and progress.
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