The Critical Period Hypothesis

     -     Nov 1st, 2019   -     Inspiration   -     1 Comment

Tetsu knows first hand that children have the advantage when it comes to language-learning in that they have plenty of time to practice. As we grow older, it becomes increasingly difficult to learn a language due to time constraints from responsibilities, Kids, on the other hand, seem to have all the time in the world. Additionally, they’re more at ease with making mistakes. Finally, they have the biological advantage in that they’re able to pick up sounds adults can’t hear.

Learning more than one language as a child makes it easier for you to learn more. It rewires your brain for language-learning. That’s why it’s usually easier to learn a third or fourth language. But this background also provides the simple reassurance from an early age that it’s possible to learn multiple languages.

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