April 23, 2008
We need to improve the measures aimed at achieving bilingualism, starting from an early age. We also need to go one step beyond this and aim to achieve trilingualism.
As far as bilingualism is concerned, the simultaneous learning of the mother tongue and one of the so-called EU working languages must be compulsory in both state and private education. (We all know and accept that English is the main language.)
As far as trilingualism is concerned, at least one more language must be taught. The teaching of this language must begin at the latest in secondary education.