Thursday, January 21, 2010

Thousands of public schools have stopped teaching foreign languages in the last decade, but there is a rush by schools in all parts of America to offer instruction in Chinese. However, according to this and this it seems improbable that Chinese will replace English as the global language of choice. Of course, the neural advantages of speaking in 2 tongues are many. Bilinguals seem to process words faster than others.

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