September, 2011Research conducted at the University of Washington (UW)’s Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences suggests that the brains of bilingual babies remain open to learning a second language longer than the brains of monolingual babies. Furthermore, the research suggests that a baby’s opportunity to learn a second language may begin to fade as early as the baby’s first birthday.
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