Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bilingual"

The meaning of "Bilingual" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does
bilingual mean?
A: A bilingual person is fluent in two languages.
“Bi-“ is a prefix that means 2.
Q: What does bilingual mean?
A: Someone who can speak two languages fluently =)
Q: What does bilingual mean?
A: it refers to knowing 2
Like how trilingual means 3

Example sentences using "Bilingual"

Q: Please show me example sentences with

bilingual.
A: The school is eager to hire bilingual teachers, because there are so many Spanish-speaking students with poor English skills.
Bilingual qualifications on your resume will assure you of a job.

Translations of "Bilingual"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? bilingual
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Other questions about "Bilingual"

Q: I think bilinguals have excellent ability to solve problems because bilinguals see things from different two viewpoints and have flexible thinkings because of speaking two languages.
Also, according to Canadian research team, bilingual suffer from dementia five years later than monolingual.
Moreover, bilinguals can talk to people whoever speak languages which bilinguals can speak without hesitation against monolingual cannot talk with people who speak expect their native language.
These are points that bilinguals are better than monolinguals.
A: different or two viewpoints
flexible thinking
according to a Canadian ..
bilingual people

There are things that bilingual people can do better than ..
Q: I think that bilinguals are superior to people who can speak only one language like monolinguals. There are two reasons.
First, bilinguals can communicate with people who are from other countries. For example, Japanese people who can speak English can talk with many people in the world.
Second, bilinguals can apply their ability of the language to their jobs: because of the ability, they can be “interpreter”.
In conclusion, I think that the ability to speak many languages improves your possible.

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A: Rather than 'First... Second...,' it might sound more natural if 'Firstly... Secondly...' were used.
Rather than saying 'many people in the world,' it might sound more natural if 'many people around the world' was used.
Also, 'ability of the language' sounds a bit odd - perhaps 'linguistic abilities' would be better?
Instead of using 'can be interpreters,' perhaps 'could be interpreters' or 'can become interpreters' could be used.
Finally, rather than saying 'improves your possibilities,' a more natural way to put it might be 'increases one's opportunities.'
Q: bilingual does this sound natural?
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