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we have 4 languages at home and we are just moving to another country.
20 months old child 

Mother speaks Faroese to child. 
Father speaks Polish to child.
Mother and Father speak English to each other.
Now we live in Faroe Islands and that is the language child have in the nursery, but next month we are moving to Danmark and Danish will be the language in the nursery. Mother speaks fluent Danish, father can speak Danish but on intermediate level. 

Shall we continue speaking English at home or we shall switch to Danish? How to do it so it is easier for the child?

Best regards,

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I am in a same situation. Mother(myself) is native korean and father is native norwegian (fluent in Italian) and parents speak to each other in english. But we live in Spain and baby will be born this year. Wonder what can be a main language when both mother and father are not good in local language (spanish)
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