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Research shows that at an early age, new languages are learned and acquired faster, retained better, and spoken with exceptional pronunciation.
Not just this, learning a new language helps kids establish better relationships, create a sense of self, spur their cognitive development, and express who they are.
In today’s world, where soft skills and personality development matter as much, if not more, than technical skills and knowledge, learning a new language at an early age can be the foundation for a kid’s successful future.
Another reason why early age is the best stage to learn new languages is that young learners have a definite edge over adults while adapting to the accent of each different language.
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