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Why Study Foreign Languages | About World Languages

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Studying a foreign language can improve your cognitive and critical thinking abilities.

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Endangered Languages Project

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The Endangered Languages Project is a collaborative online platform for sharing knowledge and resources for endangered languages. Join this global effort to conserve linguistic diversity.

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The American teen polyglot who speaks 23 languages

Timothy Doner, 16, from New York City, has taught himself to speak 23 languages from Hebrew and Arabic to Swahili and Chinese. The teenager said: "Some of th...

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Infographic - The Truth of Studying a Foreign Language

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Check out this visual explanation of language learning factors, facts and statistics. Find out which language is easiest to learn.

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How the Brain Benefits from Being Bilingual | TIME.com

How the Brain Benefits from Being Bilingual | TIME.com | English Language Learners in the Classroom | Scoop.it
Never mind how well-spoken you might be now, you will never again be as adept with languages as the day you were born. Indeed, the youngest person in any room is almost always the best linguist there too.

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