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Which Foreign Languages Should Students Learn?
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Which Foreign Languages Should Students Learn?

作者: Myriam Met
版本/格式: 文章 文章 : English
刊登於:Educational Leadership, v7 n1 p54-55 Sep 1989
資料庫:ERIC ERIC資料庫為美國教育部所創建。
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The economic and political implications of a linguistically incompetent America are far-reaching and frightening. While other nations attain direct access to U.S. information through the public media, Americans need translators and interpreters. Self-interest is also a worthy incentive for choosing and studying foreign languages. Includes 19 references. (MLH)
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The economic and political implications of a linguistically incompetent America are far-reaching and frightening. While other nations attain direct access to U.S. information through the public media, Americans need translators and interpreters. Self-interest is also a worthy incentive for choosing and studying foreign languages. Includes 19 references. (MLH)

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