How do babies learn to speak without training, or even a special effort to learn? Is learning languages an easy task? Does the difficulty vary according to our age?
Imagine a system built from dozens of units, with hundreds of rules, and combinations extending to Infinity. Your job is to learn this system without support from someone. You have several years from your birth to achieve this. Yeah, you’re babies. It sounds quite difficult, but almost every baby completes this process successfully. How come they only learn languages by exposure? If it’s a gift, how long will it last? I can’t tell you about the unwarranted jealousy and regret I felt when I found out what I wrote.
Language Learning In Infants
Let’s take turns, How do babies learn languages without special effort? Babies have the ability to learn language passively. They listen to us, they imitate what we say and they learn. Listening abilities begin to develop in the womb, so there are benefits to making unborn babies listen to music, or it is not welcome to discuss it in front of a pregnant person. Babies become sensitive to sounds before they are born. They also want to imitate what they hear. These imitations, that is, efforts to communicate, start with meaningless sounds, and then remind you of syllables. The’ B ‘and’ a ‘sounds become the’ ba ‘syllable, and the syllable becomes the word’ father”. Most babies say daddy first because it’s easier to say. Keep your heart fresh, there is no concept of loving less in the minds of babies. That’s how babies learn their first language. New sounds, new syllables, New syllables, new words…
Babies have one more feature that allows them to start talking quickly after learning the language: kindness does not restrict them. ‘Mommy, can you get some water for them?‘with ” Mom, water!”it’s the same because their only purpose when they talk is to convey their problems or desires to the other side. That’s exactly what gives children the confidence to tell obscene jokes on bus journeys. They are not afraid to make mistakes because it is enough to understand their intentions. Adults should learn from these characteristics. In a language course, not participating in speaking activities does not save shame, it postpones shame.
Can Language be learned at any age?
We can move on to our second question, how difficult is it to learn a language? Answer: it depends on your age. Children’s ability to learn by exposure continues until the age of seven. From the age of seven to the age of eighteen, he gradually disappears, blinding. The rate of atrophy increases exponentially. Between the ages of eighteen and twenty, the ability to learn the language only by exposure declined significantly compared to infancy. In fact, this situation is not as negative as it seems. Because it means that a college student and an advanced adult have almost the same level of language learning skills. In short, yes, its difficulty varies to a certain age. After that age, it remains at a certain level. What is left is the benefits of language learning to the mind.
The benefits of language learning need no explanation. It opens up a previously unused part of the brain to access. Learning a new language teaches the human brain new concepts. He also teaches to reconcile these concepts with his native language. When you reconcile the words’ red ‘with’ red”, color ceases to be a word and turns it into a concept. The same applies to words much deeper than colors in a semantic context. Early in language learning, corresponds to cola. Age does not restrict your developmental potential.
If the benefits of language learning extend to all age ranges, we should all start somewhere, right? We can make a great start by having our child watch cartoons in a foreign language, play interactive games. If we’re adults, the data shouldn’t scare us. The basis of Modern language education is short repetitions. There is no language that cannot be learned by taking 15 minutes a day for just one month. The technologies we have make this process very easy. To say ‘past us ” without trying is both invalid and submissive.
There are many proverbs that can’t keep up with the present day, but ‘a language, a person’ is not one of them. Languages did not exist out of nothing. It is a cultural accumulation brought by millennia, so the fate of a nation depends on their language. Like history, language is a repeat of its nation. Learning a language is the first step in getting to know a culture and getting from synthesis to truth.