6 Reasons to Learn Another Language

“To have another language is to possess a second soul.” –Charlemagne

In the past, people used to think learning another language created mental complications and even triggered Schizophrenia or dual personality disorders. Some facts did support these early understandings, for instance how people who are bilingual tend to have a smaller vocabulary and a slower access to sentence structure or words. Modern researchers found that minor disadvantages and myths are now greatly overshadowed by the benefits.

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