What’s the best age to learn a new language?

In this video,  Patricia Kuhl, a reputable neuroscientist, explains us why it is better to acquire more than one language simultaneous, but when she explain the “critical period hypothesis” (that is children acquire a language native like just up to the age of 7), than it is better to be a little bit critical: hypothesis means that it is a suggestion but there is no consensus on it especially to set a precise age boundary. Laura Ann Petitto, another reputable neuroscientist, suggest that the critical age maybe 10 or even later…

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About annalia proietti

Ben üç dilli (2002 ve 2005 doğumlu) iki çocuk annesiyim. Değişik ülkelerde (İtalya, İrlanda, İngiltere, Rusya, İsveç) eğitim aldım ve ikidillilik üzerine doktora yaptım.
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