Bilingual Kids May Become Better Communicators; How Exposure To New Languages Builds New Perspectives

May 12, 2015 |

Children exposed to more than one language may acquire skills that make them more effective communicators, compared with their monolingual peers, according to a recent study conducted by the University of Chicago. Bilingual children in the study performed a communication task correctly 77% of the time, compared with about a 50% rate among monolingual children.

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