Byline: Editor Moira Sharkey AN international conference is being held at Bangor University this weekend to celebrate the United Nations Year of Languages.
What does YOL stand for?
YOL stands for Year of Languages (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
THE United Nations International Year of Languages is being celebrated at a major conference in North Wales later this week.
Particularly worrying was a slump in the uptake of languages, which coincided with the first year of languages being optional in state schools after the age of 14.
The move comes as the European Year of Languages draws to a close.
NEARLY 300 school children performed a mixture of dance, drama and music to celebrate the European Year of Languages.
STUDENTS at a Coventry school were treated to a continental breakfast as part of European Year of Languages Day.
For example, if you are a linguist, or have always wanted to study another language, be sure to check out the information available on the European Year of Languages 2001.
He has signed up for a French course to show his backing for 2001 being designated European Year of Languages.