As the number of intercultural marriages rises, more and more couples use English as the relationship’s lingua franca. ‘It’s often thought that when the partners learn to speak each other’s native languages, they will pick either language as their shared language. But when one is used to speaking a certain language to one another, it becomes difficult to change,’ says researcher Kaisa Pietikainen from the University of Helsinki.

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