Talk:Bilingual sign

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September 2014[edit]

This article requires some cleanup in terms of use of punctuation, seeing as there are several unnecessary commas in areas and not enough punctuation in others. As well, there could be a more creative flow throughout the article instead of starting every sentence with “In Manitoba”, etc. There is also some missing information throughout the article, such as in the section on “Social and legal issues” with no content. Providing more links to other wiki pages (ie. providing the link to “multilingual sign”) would be helpful for readers to expand their knowledge. Lastly, there should be more references and citations earlier on in the article that refer to more of the countries or topics mentioned, instead of a select few (ie. Wales). The pictures do add a nice touch for readers to get a concrete understanding of how to identify bilingual signs.

Emmaharris32 (talk) 20:42, 17 September 2014 (UTC)