Please find here, the article ‘Trilingualism: Shaped by History‘, which featured in the autumn issue of Languages Today magazine.  Miklós Cseszneky of Hungary and Albina Kassenova of Kazakhstan show how political history has shaped their countries’ linguistic traditions through the policy of learning three languages. In Hungary, this was German, Latin and Russian or English and […]
This content is FREE for ALL members. Log in, or, join ALL now!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share this article with your friends and colleagues.

Please consider re-posting this item on your social media accounts - it may be helpful to others in the languages community. You are also helping further the work of ALL to represent and support language teachers and our commitment to their ongoing professional development.