The Question Of Language III
Given how language is such a core part of our daily existence; its aliveness infuses our music, our talk, our social lives, and instructs in all manner of ways. Bi-, and multilingual skills help us to achieve so much within modern civilization. And as Prof. Wangui wa Goro, Prof. Bachir Diagne, and Dr Mshai Mwangola clarify the plurality, nuance, diversity of expression, tone, accents and usage is the best case for the preservation and nurture of every tongue around us. A Partnership forum between The Elephant, IFRA-Nairobi, and Alliance Francaise.
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