Unformatted text preview: Introductlon )- This chapter outlines different major routes to becoming bilingual early (e.g. before normal schooling) and examines some of the central issues involved in this private
form of language planning. r While psychologists and linguists have studied the development of children’s two languages, it may be valuable to examine simultaneously the social context in which
children acquire their languages. > Such contexts tend to make bilingual use in a child a constantly shifting rather than
a stable phenomenon. ...
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