Multilingualism is the use of two or more language, either by an individual speaker or by a community of speakers. There are many mental health benefits of bilingualism. It makes us more culturally sensitive and tolerant of others. It helps slow the onset of dementia and mental aging. Multilingual exhibit problem-solving skills. Studying a language can boost IQ. Learning a new language stimulates the same pleasure centers. It influences careful decision making. It helps improve listening comprehension and can boost one's IQ. Multilingual can expand their personal horizons and be simultaneously insiders and outsiders to see their own culture from a new perspective not available to monologs. There are also many mental health benefits for bilinguals. It makes them more culturally sensitive and tolerant of others. It is known that people who know more than one language usually think more flexibly. Many celebrated bilingual writers such as John Milton, Samuel Barclay Beckett attest that knowing a second language enhances the use of the brain.
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