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50 Fun Facts About World Languages

50 Awesome Facts About Languages. I cover language diffusion, isolation, and extinction in my AP Human Geography course. This infographic is outstanding! Even if your subject area does not specifically

Is interested in learning a little about the brain and language learning - how we learn language, and the benefits it brings.

Infographic: Language and Your Brain. The left hemisphere of the brain houses the centers that deal with language comprehension and speech production. There are many benefits related to learning a second language.

Why Language Learning is Important Infographic

Did you know that learning a second language has been proven to delay the onset of dementia? Find out more about the importance of Language Learning and quick tips on how to study a foreign language in this infographic.

For those who wonder WHY to learn another language and those who wonder WHICH language to choose ...

For those who wonder WHY to learn another language and those who wonder WHICH language to choose . ✿ Self Study / eLearning / Learning Languages / Learning techniques / Learning Tips / Spanish Language ✿ Pin for later!

So you think commas are not important?

The Perky Cannibal. Read this carefully and notice the importance of a comma! "Rachel Ray finds inspiration in cooking her family and her dog." I'm surprised that Rachel Ray would admit to cannibalism and in cooking her dog.

Study on Tolerance of Ambiguity and Language Strategies Correlation - Alicia Copeland - Subtitled... I found no correlation. Paper coming soon !

Study on Tolerance of Ambiguity and Language Strategies Correlation - Alicia Copeland - Subtitled. I found no correlation. Paper coming soon !

How the Brain Benefits from Being Bilingual - Infographic - Beverly Hills Lingual Institute

There are number of strong cognitive benefits for bilingual speakers. For example, speaking two languages means the brain develops denser grey matter, improves children’s test scores, and affords higher salaries across a large number of professions.