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What is the best age to learn a language?

ECIS SmartBrief | Mar 01, 2017

The common belief that it is better for children to learn languages at a younger age may not be correct, asserts Warren Midgley, associate professor of applied linguistics at the University of Southern Queensland. In this commentary, he points out some situations in which older students may be better able to learn languages. The Conversation (Australia) (27 Feb.)


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