Languages lacking

May 18, 2007

A lack of research into foreign-language learning is to blame for the dearth of children studying the subjects at school, a conference heard this week. University language departments are dominated by specialists in literature and culture rather than the linguists schools need as teachers, Dick Hudson of University College London told a British Academy discussion on Monday.

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