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Generally, learning one or more languages at an early age is easier for younger minds. As much as considerable effort is needed especially for a foreign language, faster learning is guaranteed as a child rather than as an adult.
Career Benefits of a Foreign language
Learning a foreign language may have a number of benefits in future like boosting one’s career however, not all languages are worth taking on as a second or foreign language. English is widely regarded as the world’s business language and most spoken language but languages such as French are increasingly gaining ground in the business world.
One of the major advantages of learning a foreign language as discovered by scientists, is the increased ability to solve complex problems and improved performance on standardized tests. It is also believed that learning a third or fourth language after the second language becomes much easier with a faster grasp of the language structures.
Truth be told, a child that learns and fluently speaks a foreign language develops a high self-esteem and confidence when communicating with foreigners. Additionally, children better understand other cultures and communication styles thus enabling them to have an open mind and a greater understanding of the rest of the world.
The Younger The Better
As they grow, kids develop their minds to understand the stimulus around them. With this in mind, experts noted that kids who learn a foreign language before they are in their teens are more likely to adopt the native-like pronunciation.
Care should be taken not to overload kids with many languages. Learning one language at a time is recommended to enable kids master the rules of any language, an ability considered to disappear into adulthood.
Most importantly, understanding that learning a foreign language is the first step, consistently practicing communication is a step to the right direction in improving fluency.