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To learn English, bilingual children need robust vocabulary from parents and caregivers

Medical X-Press – Staff Writer

“The way a highly proficient speaker of English talks to a child is different from the way a less proficient speaker does. Even for two-year-olds, these differences matter in how they acquire and develop language skills. Early language exposure provides the foundation for children’s language development. Therefore, the factors that shape that language exposure, shape language development.” (more)

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