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June 12, 2008

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Alice

Tell me about it! My friend lives on Santa Barbara, and she has a son with multilingual paterns. The father speaks Italian, the mother Portuguese, and he goes to school and speaks English. She was concerned in the beggining, because the kid was a latte speaker.. nowadays, he speaks clearly the 3 languages... it's amazing how kids cope with that, while I, old enough let me put this way, still struggling.... =)

best4future

I just finished a post about learning a second language is beneficial to children’s growth. Learning a second language can bring children invaluable skills, such as viewing the world with different lens, better reading abilities, better academics performance and etc. It can help boost children’s brain power, making them stronger, quicker and smarter.

So I agree with your opinion. That is why we should encourage parents bring up their children bilingual!

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Foreign Language Learner

That list was pretty entertaining to read. Gotta love stereotypes...lol

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