It is difficult to write in another language — perhaps your second, third, fourth or fifth language — and to develop both a sense of your own voice and a sense of confidence and articulacy. Yet many journal articles are published only in English and authors have to learn not only fluency in English to read and discuss these with others, but also the high level of fluency needed to write a journal article in order to get their work published, to be read, so that they and their work can be part of the ongoing dialogue on the subject.
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