Life as a Bilingual – Blog by Professor François Grosjean

by | Jul 31, 2013 | Bilingualism, Myths, Recommended reading | 0 comments

Life as a Bilingual - Blog by Professor François Grosjean

Today I would like to draw your attention to an interesting blog by Professor François Grosjean: Life as a Bilingual.

I have thoroughly enjoyed his insightful comments on what it means to be bilingual, what advantages you gain and what challenges you can expect along wit many more interesting topics. Professor Grosjean has a great ability to share his extensive knowledge about bilingualism in a way that is easy to understand and digest.


May the peace and power be with you.


© Rita Rosenback 2013

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