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Bilingualism does not “confuse” children

If you speak two languages at home, or you speak a language at home that is different from that of the country you live in, you will probably have many questions about how your child will learn and develop the two languages. There are widespread misconceptions that for years have been mistaken for facts, and we want to dispel the first misconception, which is that managing two languages is hard for a child.

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