BENEFITS OF LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT AN EARLY AGE

Abstract

Author(s): Fat?ma G?MATD?NOVA ÇA?AÇ

It is known that the early age is a most suitable time to start foreign language learning. Early childhood is the best time for language acquisition. The study of another language provides the most effective tool for penetrating the barrier of a single language and a single culture. Furthermore, experience with another culture enables people to achieve a significantly more profound understanding of their own. Therefore, we can consider language learning as a useful tool in adapting to a new culture and a society. We can say that learning a language means a learning new culture. Young students are very motivated to learn a foreign language. The young brain is really flexible to learn something new. They are so curious about the world around them. The younger we start the more time there is to be exposed to the language. As we call brain of the young learners plastic brain. They can learn everything unconsciously. In fact, adults brain full of the problems, where brain of the children fix on the lesson. We are going to speak pout in this paper about lots of advantages of the learning a language at an early age.

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