Morphology of Multilanguage Teaching
The building of a sound world depends on the communication between man and man. Since this communication cannot remain in the abstract but must be alive, it is imperative that all men of good will and especially scientists and other professionals master the tongues of other peoples. The determination to occupy oneself with languages, however, is not sufficient if methods of instruction are not developed which are far more effective than those used in the pasto For this purpose a morphological study has revealed that the time honored method of learning only one language at a time is too inefficient. Multilanguage teaching must be introduced instead which is to be conducted in environments and by methods which will be described, but which must, in the course of time, be improved as new experiences are being gained with this entirely novel approach.
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