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"I think bilingualism is very important for your self-confidence."
"Children will go their own way with their language preferences, anyway."
"You have to sign, or you'll make your child unhappy."
"Once you've got a good grasp of sign language, Dutch will follow naturally."
How can parents create a bilingual environment at school?
What are good sources to learn more about bilingualism?
How does a language's status influence bilingual upbringing?
What can you do to offer your child a richer language environment?
To what extent does bilingualism positively affect other cognitive skills?
Should you be worried if children are mixing up the two languages they're learning?
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