Bilingualism

Around 21.6 percent of the United States speaks another language other than English at home (“Census”). The more an individual practice the language the more benefits it will have in their everyday life. The early development of a second language has many cognitive benefits. Cognitive …

Read more

The Relationship Between Degree of Bilingualism and Cognitive Ability: A Critical Discussion and Some New Longitudinal Data 320 HAKUTA AND DIAZ ! Kenji Hakuta Yale University ! I Rafael M. Diaz University of N e w Mexlco II I ate bilingual saniples to a n …

Read more

In America, there is a predominant growth in multiple ethnicities and cultural backgrounds; leading to the usage of multiple languages in the American culture. There is a growing need for many people to learn and utilize multiple languages within the workplace and within one’s own …

Read more

Bilingualism is not uncommon to many people and in many parts of the world. As long as there are people who migrate from far off countries to different places in the world, bilingualism will exist, and prosper. This has become a bigger reality in today’s …

Read more