Hola, Hello, Bonjour!, Vanakkam!, Guten Tag, Ciao – what is your second language?

28 Aug

je1Learning two tongues helps foster concentration, say University of British Columbia psychologists, who found that infants raised in multilingual households can distinguish between two unfamiliar languages just by watching people speak; monolingual kids could not. Translation : Being exposed to two language from birth appears to make the brain work harder and increases children’s ability to focus on visual cues.

The below two links helps you to learn Spanish and French.




One Response to “Hola, Hello, Bonjour!, Vanakkam!, Guten Tag, Ciao – what is your second language?”

  1. ashleemae September 3, 2013 at 8:30 pm #

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