Bilingualism can save you from Alzheimer's: how knowledge of two languages ​​affects the brain

Knowledge of two or more languages ​​enriches us, allowing us to learn another culture, share our thoughts and understand the world deeper. But these are not all the benefits of bilingualism. As scientists from two Spanish research centers found out - the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) and the University ...

How a bilingual child decides which language to speak

Every year millions of people learn their native language, but how this happens is still a mystery. The peculiarity of bilingualism is that most of the sentences that the child uses are not a mixture of the two languages. Basically, they get used to the fact that ...

We are losing it: why do children of immigrants need Russian?

I will make a reservation right away - the phrase “Russian language” is rather arbitrary. In its place could be: Ukrainian, Armenian, Georgian and so on. Speech, parents, about your native language, which in immigration remained native for you, but became the second for your children. ...

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