[lg policy] African langs in China; Epilanguages & sesquilingualism; Another map of 2nd most spoken langs

Don Osborn dzo at bisharat.net
Sun Apr 16 00:53:32 EDT 2017


Three recent blog posts on Beyond Niamey that may be of interest to some on
this list:

 

1) More African languages to be taught in China (Beijing Foreign Studies
Univ. is adding African languages to its curriculum) 30 March 2017
https://niamey.blogspot.com/2017/03/more-african-languages-to-be-taught-in.h
tml 

 

2) Epilanguages & sesquilingualism in Africa (could 2 rarely used terms be
useful in understanding complex multilingual societies?) 8 April 2017
https://niamey.blogspot.com/2017/04/epilanguages-sesquilingualism-in-africa.
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3) Second most spoken languages in Africa, part 3 (another map requires
another review, similar to the last one) 15 April 2017
https://niamey.blogspot.com/2017/04/second-most-spoken-languages-in-africa.h
tml 

 

Don Osborn

 

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