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      Molsing, K. V.; Lopes Perna, C. B. & Tramunt Ibaños, A. M. (eds) (2020). Linguistic Approaches to Portuguese as an Additional Language. Amsterdam. John Benjamins Publishing Company

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          This edited volume responds to recent calls to go beyond research focusing on English and adds to increasing academic literature focusing instead on Portuguese as target language in Applied Language Studies. Such developments go hand in hand with growing attention paid to the development of students’ plurilingual repertoires and the acknowledgment that those repertoires are multi-layered, dynamic, and ever-evolving.

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          Comprendre les langues Voisines [Understanding languages of the same family]

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            Journal
            2397-5563
            Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
            Ubiquity Press
            2397-5563
            06 October 2020
            2020
            : 19
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            [1 ]Fakultät für Erziehungswissenschaft, Universität Hamburg, Didaktik der romanischen Sprachen (Französisch und Spanisch), DE
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            10.5334/jpl.256
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