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Thread poster: xxxMalik Beytek
xxxMalik Beytek
Local time: 09:16
Jan 2, 2007

1- The poll does not allow one to indicate that he or she has learned the language at the university AND living in the country -- only one option is allowed.

2- About bilingual qualification: Does that mean having two *native languages*? For example does Henry Kissinger qualify or no? Does one need to be raised in a bilingual family to qualify?

[Edited at 2007-01-02 10:04]


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Steffen Walter  Identity Verified
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Local time: 08:16
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I've moved your post to the Poll Discussion forum Jan 2, 2007

Hello Malik,

Your post is in fact on topic and belongs in the Poll Discussion forum - I've moved it there. Please note that Victor Dewsbery has opened a related topic already - http://www.proz.com/topic/62550 - so you may wish to contribute there.

Best regards,
Steffen


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