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Study: Learning a second language at early age could provide long-term benefits

YLE – Staff Writer

“Learning and speaking a second language during early childhood may result in profound, long-term changes to brain development, newly-published research from the University of Helsinki shows. A researcher says that – in the case of recovery from a brain injury for example – people who learned a second language before the age of five could be better off than their single-language counterparts.”(more)

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