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...‘the environment may make certain types of speech situation more prevalent than the others’. He also claims that adopting the foreign language and forgetting their native tongue could be the reason for that, as many children disregard their mother tongue as it becomes inadequate as their language is not commonly used and they choose to communicate in a language, which is spoken by everyone. To avoid that, parents should reduce the degree of language loss, offering sufficient opportunities for children to increase their capabilities for using minority language (Weinreich 1964 ). Children should be provided with opportunities where they can use home language such as visits to country of origin, cultural events or celebrations with families from the same community, attend Saturday school or playgroup or simply sharing books and songs in the home language with adults.
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