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6 Expat Couples In Singapore Share How They Teach Their Kids Their Mother Tongue

Speaking of languages

From French to Malay, Mandarin to German, there are plethora of languages and dialects spoken in Singapore.

We talk to diverse families about their experiences in teaching their children a mother tongue, a foreign language, English – or all of the above!

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By Imogen Rowley, The Finder Kids (Volume 18), March 2017

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