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We are starting to get questions about raising bi-lingual children. If we want these to be on-topic, then "Second Language Acquisition" is clearly not an ideal name (as proposed in the Area 51 discussionArea 51 discussion prior to launch).

But maybe "Language Acquisition" would be appropriate? Would this seem more inviting/appealing to teachers? Does it seem less "linguisticy" than "Second Language Acquisition" such that it won't alienate less technical learners?

We are starting to get questions about raising bi-lingual children. If we want these to be on-topic, then "Second Language Acquisition" is clearly not an ideal name (as proposed in the Area 51 discussion prior to launch).

But maybe "Language Acquisition" would be appropriate? Would this seem more inviting/appealing to teachers? Does it seem less "linguisticy" than "Second Language Acquisition" such that it won't alienate less technical learners?

We are starting to get questions about raising bi-lingual children. If we want these to be on-topic, then "Second Language Acquisition" is clearly not an ideal name (as proposed in the Area 51 discussion prior to launch).

But maybe "Language Acquisition" would be appropriate? Would this seem more inviting/appealing to teachers? Does it seem less "linguisticy" than "Second Language Acquisition" such that it won't alienate less technical learners?

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We are starting to get questions about raising bi-lingual children. If we want these to be on-topic, then "Second Language Acquisition" is clearly not an ideal name (as proposed in the Area 51 discussion prior to launch).

But maybe "Language Acquisition" would be appropriate? Would this seem more inviting/appealing to teachers? Does it seem less "linguisticy" than "Second Language Acquisition" such that it won't alienate less technical learners?