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Consequently, language mode modulates language activation and alters the bilingual experience accordingly. However, language activation is also modulated by the interplay of several variables including task and participant characteristics making it challenging to create a pure monolingual mode in which selective language processing may occur.

Language mode should be invariably considered as a potential and possible influence on multilingual experience. Given the importance and timeliness of this issue, future studies should specifically test the role that language mode plays in the bilingual experience and the modulating effects it may have on the cognitive benefits associated with bilingualism. The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. Abutalebi, J. Bilingual language production: the neurocognition of language representation and control.

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