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Week 3 is aimed at a wide range of people who have an interest in multilingualism in ASEAN, such as linguistics and language students, teachers, language policymakers, migrants and professionals who are working in a multilingual environment. However, no prior knowledge is required to take part in the course and we welcome anyone who is interested in learning more about multilingualism and multilingual practices in ASEAN.

This week we will cover the following three topics.

  1. English and local languages in ASEAN
  2. Language contact and English in Southeast Asia
  3. Language policies and multilingualism in ASEAN
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