What's it like to learn a language in a country with 4 official languages? How does English bring people together? Find out in season 2 episode 2 of Language Stories.
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- Languages of Singapore - Wikipedia — A great general overview of languages in Singapore.
- Speak Good English Movement — The official website of the Speak Good English Movement.
- The Language The Government Tried to Suppress - BBC — A longform article about Singlish and its history in Singapore.
- National Statistics - Singaporean Government — Some statistics on the population of Singaporean, including language stats.
- Tamil Language Council — The official website of the Tamil Language Council in Singapore.
- Malay Language Council — The official website of the Malay Language Council in Singapore.
- Speak Mandarin Campaign — The official website of the Speak Mandarin Campaign in Singapore.
- So, Expats Are Taking Classes To Learn Singlish In Singapore (P.S. It’s FREE!) - The Finder — An article from 2017 about expats in Singapore learning Singlish.
- Singlish Crash Course - The Finder — Some Singlish basics to spark your interest!