- Paul Gillespie: Plurilingualism – why we're so bad at picking up more languages
- Ireland fares badly in international comparisons of plurilingualism – an individual's ability to speak at least two languages in addition to her mother tongue.
- Universities working to foster closer relationship
- Waseda University's project is called “AIMS7 Universities Consortium Plurilingual and Pluricultural Program,” which will foster cosmopolitan people active on the international stage and pursue success at both global and local levels.
- EF EPI: Latin America improving but Europe still best in English
- The index attributes the region's high proficiency to public policy, stating that the EU “explicitly promotes 'plurilingualism and intercultural education' in all member countries”.
- Time to learn foreign languages
- A chara, – The article by Paul Gillespie highlighting Ireland's foreign languages deficit is to be welcomed (“Plurilingualism – why we're so bad at picking up more languages”, Opinion & Analysis, November 10th).
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