A key ingredient for language success: language input

A key ingredient for language success: language input

Every family’s multilingual journey is unique, and there is no secret formula for success. However, there are some key conditions that can impact children’s linguistic development. 

The first key fundamental ingredient is input, or language exposure. In other words, children need to hear a language regularly, and for a sufficient amount of time, to develop it successfully. The more exposure children get, the more likely they are to understand it. Understanding a language is the step preceding speaking. 

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