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A language learning process involving mutual language exchange in which both partners are fluent in the language the other partner wants to learn.
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the act of changing between languages in the midst of a conversation
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Questions related to the type of words that is used to introduce a noun phrase (such as 'a', 'an' and 'the' in English).
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Questions about learning or teaching materials that are organised as tables, e.g. declension tables and verb conjugation tables.
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Questions related to language learning issues or language teaching issues that are particularly relevant to refugees.
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Questions related to phonics, a method for teaching children to read and write (their native language) by connecting the sounds (phonemes) of the spoken language with the graphemes (usually letters) i…
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Questions related to statistical data about language learning or teaching.
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Questions related to learning or teaching Romanian, a Romance language spoken mostly in Romania.
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Questions related to language learning that takes place in a classroom or another context involving a trained teacher.
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Questions about age as a factor in learning or teaching languages. For questions about the so-called critical period or the "critical period hypothesis", use the [critical-period] tag.
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Questions related to learning or teaching Polish, a West Slavic language spoken primarily in Poland.
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Questions related to learning or teaching one or more Austronesian languages. The Austronesian languages are a family of languages spoken mainly on islands in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Ocean and …
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Questions related to learning or teaching Indonesian (bahasa Indonesia), the official language of Indonesia. Indonesian is an Austronesian language with roughly 43 million native speakers and 156 mill…
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Questions about Greenlandic, an Eskimo-Aleut language with approximately 56.200 speakers.
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Questions on using etymology (the origin of specific words) in learning or teaching languages.
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Questions on the use of cognates (words that have a common etymological origin) for learning or teaching vocabulary.
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Questions about Inuktitut, an Inuit language spoken in Canada.
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Questions about one or more of the Eskimo‚ÄďAleut languages, a language family native to Alaska, Canada, Greenland and a few other areas around the North Pole.
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Questions about Marathi, an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in Maharashtra, India.
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Questions about Kannada, a Dravidian language spoken mainly by Kannada people in Karnataka, India
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Questions about Yiddish, a Germanic language with Hebrew and Aramaic influences.
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Questions about basal readers, a type of book or textbook designed to help children learn to read their native language.
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Questions about Konkani, an Indo-Aryan language that is an official language in India (in the Indian state of Goa).
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Questions about Tatoeba (Tatoeba.org), a website that offers a collaboratively created collection of sentences and translations for language learners.
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Questions related to sociolinguistic registers, i.e. varieties in a language that are used depending on social context or situation. (Simply put, there are formal and less formal registers.)
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Questions about side effects of learning languages, especially foreign languages. Such side effects are not necessarily negative.
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Questions about how to prepare for a proficiency test.
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For questions related to Nicaraguan Sign Language, also known as ISN (Idioma de Señas de Nicaragua).
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Questions related to the courses and teaching method developed by Michel Thomas.
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Questions related to Clozemaster, a language learning website that relies heavily on gamification and sentences where you need to fill in words.
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Questions related to induction or inductive reasoning, i.e. inferring general rules from concrete observations, in the context of language learning or teaching.
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Questions related to interlanguage fossilization, a phenomenon of stagnation during language learning, and how to overcome it (both learning and teaching strategies). Temporary fossilization is also k…
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Questions related to learning or teaching languages that are endangered according to UNESCO.
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a primary member of the Austronesian language family, and is spoken by nearly 300 million people across Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Brunei.
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