Bilingual Babies Learn Grammar Cues in Language by 7 Months, University of British Columbia Study

Published: Feb 15, 2013

You might think that a baby that grows up in a household where both Japanese and English are spoken would become confused by the clash of tongues. But new research shows that even babies as young as seven months old can pick up on the subtle cues that differentiate the grammatical structures of languages.

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