Second Language Increases Cognitive Abilities In Infants

And parents who once thought that teaching two languages to the child might affect the child's ability to learn their native language have been proven wrong. Children who learn two languages develop speaking skills as quickly as their peers, according to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. While children may initially have smaller vocabulary in both languages, the total number of words they know is the same as that of a monolingual child. And of course, when children work with languages, they both learn fluently. For children, the language they learn really depends on their parents. Parents whose mother tongue is not English often teach their children their own mother tongue. Seeing your child learn a new language will motivate them to learn even more. While many parents and

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