The role of the German-speaking parent in the development of a child’s other language Ever since I started working on multilingual upbringing with parents and their children, many different families have come to me, such as Anna and Chris with their son Viktor. Victor is growing up learning both Slovenian and German. Viktor’s father mentioned […]
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Zwetelina Ortega is a linguist, author and an expert in multilingualism. In 2014, she founded the Linguamulti coaching center. She offers workshops there such as “I am educating my child in a multilingual way” Ortega grew up with Bulgarian, Spanish and German. She also writes her literary works in those three languages. In 2012, she published her poetry album "Aз und tú" (Edition Yara). She teaches at the romance languages department at the University of Vienna.