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ERIC Number: EJ347384
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1986
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Making Do with Less: Some Surprises along the Language Death Proficiency Continuum.
Dorian, Nancy C.
Applied Psycholinguistics, v7 n3 p257-75 Sep 1986
Relative proficiency in Gaelic varies by age in a Highland Scottish region where Gaelic is spoken by a decreasing number of bilinguals in a steadily aging population segment. Although proficiency ranges from full fluency (and Gaelic dominance) to minimal generative skills (and English dominance), there are also deviations at both extremes. (Author/CB)
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (Scotland)