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The article considers the origin of the term «multilingualism», which has such synonyms as «plurilingualism», «polylinguism» and denotes using several languages within a particular group (a state) or using several languages by a person (a group of people). The authors present various forms and varieties of multilingualism. The necessity of taking into account and fulfilling certain conditions for the development of multilingual education is justified. The authors concluded that multilingualismdoi:10.31489/2021ped4/148-154 fatcat:66qzjqyyvjfaxo5v6q6h236kkm