Wednesday, 27 February 2008

Lingvoj en Glasgovo la Evening Times:

The growing number of ethnic minority families in Glasgow means that more than 100 different languages are now spoken in homes across the city.

A report by the Scottish Government shows that in 2007 there were 8853 city pupils whose home language was not English 511 more than the previous year.
Research shows there are 102 different languages spoken at home by city youngsters. The most common after English, Gaelic, Scots, Doric and sign language are Punjabi, Urdu and Arabic…

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