It is widely known that learning a foreign language from an early age helps children excel in all subjects. Being able to speak another language builds their self-confidence and improves understanding of their native language.
Children who speak a foreign language usually find problem solving easier to tackle and it improves cognitive development.
Later on if they wish to go to university, they will find that knowledge of a second language is a much sought after skill which universities and future employers greatly value. Continue reading
A great way to start a conversation with the locals in Spain would be to discuss a football match. It is worth pointing out to start with that some football related words vary depending on country and region.
Here are some key words and phrases to start you off.
Remember, some of the endings will change depending on whether they are male or female.
football player – el/la futbolista
coach – entrenador/a
captain – el capitán
goalkeeper – portero/a / el guardameta Continue reading
We all know the fact that learning a second language has excellent benefits. Language is the gateway to a new culture, allowing us to connect with other people from all over the world in a more meaningful way than ever before. But learning a new language is also good for your health. Now, we will look at the latest research on the impact of learning a new language on the human brain.
Learning a second language increases the brain’s language center and the hippocampus, which is the area in the brain responsible for the formation, storage, and retrieval of memories. It also increases the density of gray matter and improves blood flow to the brain. Continue reading