Children who grow up in bilingual households find it easier to learn languages and other subjects in their teen and adult years.

Bilingual people may be better equipped to learn new languages than those who only speak one language, according to a study published in the academic journal Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
~Education Week

Key Takeaways:

Learning new languages may be hard but a new study shows that those who are bilingual are better equipped or may find it easier to learn another language.
The research points to a distinct language-learning benefit of learning a new language at an early age or for people who grow up being bilingual.
In this study, brain waves are measured in both those who are bilingual and those that are monolingual and how brain waves are used in recognition.

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