[lg policy] Koreans Turn to Unusual Foreign Languages

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Thu Mar 17 14:47:17 UTC 2011

Forwarded From:  edling at lists.sis.utsa.edu

The Chosun Ilbo

Koreans Turn to Unusual Foreign Languages

A growing number of people are learning less prominent foreign
languages such as Swahili, Portuguese, Burmese and Indonesian. Swahili
and Portuguese are especially popular among staff of trading companies
that want to make inroads into the African and Brazilian markets.

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