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Annika Andersson interviewed by the Swedish Research Council about bilingualism myths


The Swedish Research Council (VR) has interviewed our own Annika Andersson as well as Niclas Abrahamsson, Stockholm University, about myths surrounding bilingualism. They debunk various notions, for example the idea of semi-lingualism, or the assumption that bilinguals speak neither of their two languages properly.

Find the interview (in Swedish) here:

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