By Xiao-lei Wang
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Extra resources for Growing up with Three Languages: Birth to Eleven (Parents' and Teachers' Guides)
Hence, language difference is another reason why it is unlikely that trilingual children would have equal competence and performance in their three languages. The ‘second-hand’ language acquisition phenomenon When a trilingual child acquires heritage languages from parents, the context in which the child acquires the languages is very different from the context in which the parents acquired them. I call this the ‘second-hand’ language acquisition phenomenon. Note that ‘second-hand’ as used here does not contain any negative connotation, such as in ‘second-hand’ goods.
Wooh! It’s like eating anchovies when they drinking. 41 Overall, language mixing is a very important linguistic phenomenon as soon as two or more languages are involved in a person’s communication system. 42 Thus, the popular ‘pure language’ claim is untenable. Why are Trilinguals Neither the Same as Monolinguals Nor the Same as Bilinguals? Trilingual children certainly share many common traits with monolingual and bilingual children. However, they are neither monolingual nor bilingual. The trilingual phenomenon needs to be examined according to its own unique characteristics.
Le´andre asked me why the man called me ‘big sister’ and whether the man wanted to sell me food because he had (big sister) asked if I was hungry. Le´andre had no idea that in context, Da` jieˇ/ (big was simply a polite form of addressing a woman, not the same Da` jieˇ/ sister) as in the children’s books I read to him. Le´andre also had no clue that nıˇ chı¯ in this case had nothing to do with eating and that the man guo` le ma/ simply wanted to be friendly. It is hard for a second-hand Chinese language learner like Le´andre to grasp the Depending subtle contextual meanings associated with nıˇ chı¯ guo` le ma/ on the context (which only a Chinese who is socialized in that cultural environment can mean: How are you?
Growing up with Three Languages: Birth to Eleven (Parents' and Teachers' Guides) by Xiao-lei Wang