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SCILT director Fhiona Mackay said: "Food is a fundamental part of any culture and is inextricably linked with language.
Details of the winning recipes are available on the SCILT website: https://
Fhiona Mackay, director of SCILT, said: "The SCILT team is proud to offer Scotland's young linguists the opportunity to participate Mother Tongue, Other Tongue.
Details of the winners and the anthology will be published on the SCILT website Default.aspx.
Fhiona Mackay, director of SCILT, said: "In these times of uncertainty, it is even more important than ever that we equip our young people with the skills they will need for life beyond school.
\Stirling High Modern Languages Success S2 pupil Ailie Robertson recently won SCILT at Strathclyde University's Language Learning postcard competition.
The Renfrewshire children were put forward for the Mother Tongue Other Tongue poetry competition, which is run by SCILT, Scotland's National Centre for Languages.
The multilingual children, who attend schools in Renfrewshire, have won six awards in the Mother Tongue Other Tongue competition, run by SCILT (Scotland's National Centre for Languages).
For more information on SCILT's 2018 Business Brunches go to tabid/6095/Default.aspx.