The Case of Greek as a National Language
For any non-dominant language to be maintained in a bilingual environment without diglossia at inter-generational level requires the following:
1) The existence of a populous base of speakers;
2) Adequate function of language use;
3) Acceptability within the broader society;
4) Stability of the given language.
How to Cite
Tamis, A. (2021). The Case of Greek as a National Language. Macedonian Studies Journal, 2(1). Retrieved from https://ojs.aims.edu.au/index.php/msj/article/view/21