Bilingual kids may become better communicators; how exposure to new languages builds new perspectives
from Medical Daily
Anyone who's ever been around another person speaking a foreign language probably knows the feeling of cluelessness — trying as hard as possible to grasp onto anything that sounds familiar in hopes of understanding something about what they're saying. What many of us don't realize, however, is that in trying to understand, we're also paying attention to things beyond the words being said, such as a person's tone, body language, and overall perspective. All these factors make communication more effective.
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