« Tongue-tied : Britain has forgotten how to speak to its European neighbours » , un article à lire sur The Conversation

mercredi 16 mars 2016

The decline in the number of students of modern languages from GCSE to degree level is an annual lament. Only 10,328 pupils in the UK took French at A Level in 2015 and although Spanish enjoyed a rise in entries at A Level of 14%, German continued its steady decline.

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