There are many advantages to introducing your young child to a secondary language. More and more schools are incorporating full secondary language plans into their curriculums. Taking advantage of the critical time in early development when acquiring skills comes naturally and easy will help your child become fluent in another language. A child?s capacity to pronounce unfamiliar, foreign sounds and to absorb new grammar rules is highly enhanced prior to the age of six. Giving your child the gift of secondary language fluency can give them the following advantages.
The ability to travel
Many Americans are hesitant to travel to other countries because they do not know the other language. This can make it difficult to ask for directions, order food and drinks at a restaurant, or Continue reading
Many people believe that speaking a second language is very important. A second language can intellectually challenge learners, and make them more open minded toward the culture in which the language is used. Most importantly, if a person lives in a region where more than one language is spoken, it can come in very handy to know all of them. It’s a well known fact that employees who are bilingual earn more than those who are not. Some will earn up to 20% more than monolingual coworkers. The reasons are clear, and many countries around the world have taken advantage of this. The region of Europe is a popular example of multiple cultures existing in close proximity. Interacting with each other will mean learning each other’s languages. This is why when English people go to France, they can speak Fren Continue reading