Cours de Langue et de Civilisation Françaises III by G. Mauger

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When asked what language they typically speak at home, two-thirds of Canadians said that they ‘most often’ speak English; 21% said that they most often speak French; and nearly 13% said that they usually speak a language other than French or English, or that they speak one of the official languages and another language. 3% (94,000 respondents) said that they typically use both French and English at home. Canada’s linguistic profile is far more diverse than would be suggested by its image as a country with two languages.

When asked what language they typically speak at home, two-thirds of Canadians said that they ‘most often’ speak English; 21% said that they most often speak French; and nearly 13% said that they usually speak a language other than French or English, or that they speak one of the official languages and another language. 3% (94,000 respondents) said that they typically use both French and English at home. Canada’s linguistic profile is far more diverse than would be suggested by its image as a country with two languages.

G. g. g. Lyster, 1987). This research led to two more generalizations regarding French immersion: • • Students in French immersion programs develop very good comprehension skills. Students who have learned French in immersion programs, with little exposure to French outside school, do not achieve native-like mastery of the grammar, pronunciation and sociopragmatic rules of the language. French immersion has its critics. g. Billy, 1980). Others are strong supporters of immersion, acknowledging limitations in the French language skills that students develop, but emphasizing the unprecedented degree of bilingualism in a widely implemented school program.

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