124. Bilingual Is Better

Learning a second language is hard, but it better for your brain. While many people learn language because of their cultural or ethnic heritage, also helps your thinking. Studies show that people speak two or more languages score higher on tests. Speaking two or more languages also prevents brain from aging. This means when you get your chances of having Alzheimer's disease are small.

's better and easier to become bilingual when you younger. When you are a child, your brain like a sponge absorbing information quickly. However, learning second or even third language at any age good brain exercise. Being bilingual boosts your memory listening skills.

Being bilingual also helps your chances finding a job. So many companies in a of fields now work around the globe. They workers who can communicate with all their clients . Knowing more than one language usually means you a better multitasker. In today's fast-paced business world, able to do more than one thing at time is seen as a plus. Some companies even pay bilingual workers more. This is why 's a good idea to put your language skills your resume. There are also social benefits to bilingual. Most people who are bilingual are more -minded and culturally sensitive compared to those who only one language.

Being bilingual or even multilingual is , though. Some parents worry that switching among different will confuse their children. Some people feel that the United States everyone should speak English only. are even organizations asking the U.S. Congress to laws making it illegal for the government to any other language on official documents. This movement not been very successful.
   




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