Preschoolers understand foreign languages for they are not grooved into their native language yet?
I'm not quite sure what you're asking, but teaching children that young to speak multiple languages is the best way to do it. Learning a second language when you're older is incredibly difficult. Learning it right out of the gate gives us people who are truly bi-lingual and have a significant advantage in the world.
by buddinglinguist 4 years ago
Do you like learning foreign languages?Which language would you most like to learn?
by Jake Brannen 4 years ago
Which foreign languages do you know and how did you come to learn them?As a frame of reference, it would also be interesting to know what your native language is. I also think the difference between learning as a child and learning as an adult is very interesting.
by sannyasinman 8 years ago
What problems have you encountered learning to speak a foreign language?Example: . . in French au-dessus and au-dessous are pronounced virtually identically, and are difficult for a foreigner to say, but the first means "above" and the second means "below"! Also . ....
by Slaven Cvijetic 4 years ago
Do you also read in foreign languages?
by Leah Lefler 6 years ago
I was hub hopping and saw a rather innovative approach to having a hub written in two languages. The text portion of the hub was written in English, and then a photo was uploaded containing the same article, written in Spanish.I didn't flag the hub, but I am looking for some feedback - does this...
by kiertby 7 years ago
Because the main reason to this is that, in order to be competitive on a job global scale, since todays business world needs individuals who can work in a culturally diverse environment, it is much better to start studying foreign language. Furthermore, more companies preferd those candidates who...
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