Acquiring an additional language is becoming more and more common in a society that is fixated in the highest success being a determinant of power. This multifaceted skill can bring copious life changing benefits: economically, socially and perhaps medically. The ability to speak two languages is far more fundamental than just being able to converse with a diverse array of people.Our brain acts as an assembly line that works by forming a thought in our mind and then actually executing into a spoken phrase. It is a broken down set of processes that intertwine for the realization of language production. Learning a second language and then speaking it regularly can actually improve your cognitive skills and interrupt the beginnings of neurological diseases such as dementia. The following sources will help show prior research that demonstrates how bilingualism can have an impact in one’s neurological health.
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