English-speaking doctors could feel "undesired".
If not, will monoglot
speakers of these tongues also be forced to learn English.
There is a worrying decline in the amount of Welsh spoken in what were once monoglot
Incidentally, the problem seems to extend to monoglot
Welsh speakers who are unable to understand "Dim Beicio"
That is to say, his command of the relevant more strictly theological literature is sometimes annoyingly monoglot
These new polyglots, and the companies that employ them, have significant competitive advantages over their monoglot
rivals, including a vital understanding of different cultures, in a world faced with rapid globalisation.
The introduction is by David Trotter, who polemically takes to task monoglot
medievalists (particularly scholars of multilingualism and literary theorists): 'The present volume shows only too clearly that medievalists cannot be permitted simply not to bother with "difficult languages", still less to remain monoglot
It's all part of their "crisis measures to tackle the huge in-migration of monoglot
English-speakers to Welsh-speaking areas".
The answers are simple, immigration of monoglot
Englishspeakers to the industrial areas, deliberate central government policy not to teach Welsh in Wales.
How many of us I wonder know of friends who are Welsh speaking, relatives even when they become parents themselves are hell bent on bringing up their children to be monoglot
English speakers and as a result press the self destruct button for their child's' right to become fluent in speaking his/her country's indigenous language?
We should remember the valley of Tryweryn and the monoglot
Welsh-speaking village of Capel Celyn so cruelly erased from the map.
The fact that Gwynfor was a monoglot
English speaker at school was confirmed to me by a fellow pupil of his, that is, by my former colleague at Cardiff's UWIST - William P Beddoe 1912-2008.