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By Laura Gasca Jiménez
December 29, 2021
Traducción, competencia plurilingüe y español como lengua de herencia (ELH) explora las conexiones entre la enseñanza del ELH y la competencia traductora. En el libro se identifican estrategias para que las experiencias y prácticas lingüísticas de los estudiantes del español como lengua de ...