Some people, apparently, have an ear for language. I have a club foot.
There was the time, a number of years ago, when I tried to impress the Parisian concierge with my command of her language after she asked if we speak French. 457 more words
I’m really thankful for the opportunity to share over at EFCA’s blog “All People“. The blog has some really great thoughts on multi-cultural ministry in the USA context, and is a useful tool-box, especially if you’re interested in broadening your ideas on how the church can respond in a Christ-like manner to the immigrants in our midst. 230 more words
Many of us come from homes where our first language is Spanish because our parents only spoke Spanish when we were children. As time passes by, we begin focusing on our studies and don’t feel the need to study Spanish, since we already can speak it. 349 more words
We all know that speaking multiple languages can improve your chances of employment, enhance your travel experiences, and help you impress dates. But there are other, somewhat startling benefits of second-language acquisition that are probably less well-known. 855 more words
Several parents have expressed concerns about their children learning a second language. They think that learning a second language at a very young age can affect their children learning skills and get a poor first language acquisition. 377 more words
Are you considering teaching your child a second language? Learning a second language at an early age is a rewarding experience for a child that produces many linguistic and cognitive benefits. 340 more words