Can Language Acquisition determine someone's intelligence ?
Do you agree if I say those ones who master more than one language is more intelligent than those who only can speak one language ?
This question is a bit tricky. . .
Most people I know, myself included, who know two languages or more end up in customer service jobs. Positions that are not exactly well respected or well paying.
If we make any money it would have to be through enterprising. Unfortunately, I'm going have to say that the ability to speak multiple languages isn't perceived as a sign of intelligence to employers. They mostly value mathematical skills as intelligence and pay accordingly.
The language acquisition is NOT the main feature in ones life.
The most intelligent person is a belly dancer in LA night club.
One of the richest person in the world,Warren Buffet,live in same house since he bought it 50 years ago.
My point is:
if you live happy life than you are intelligent, not if you answer many questions, or you know many languages.
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