ABClatino Magazine Year 2 issue 10 | Page 19

To learn a new language is without a doubt one of the most challenging things the human brain has ever accepted. Learning a new language could take just as little or as much effort, it depends on what the person is willing to do. As a matter of fact, how it was said in the last version of ABClatino (Bilingual Contexts), learning and improving a foreign language depends on two main factors, the exposition and the dominance that the new language has in the context of the person who is learning. However, there are two techniques, both of them could look like the wrong path to follow if someone wants to learn a second language; but they actually are fundamental in the learning process.

First, put yourself in a real uncomfortable situation.

Second, to make that new language a secret code.

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Bilingual brain

by Jessica Gamboa


Noam Chomsky “there is not border between languages (...) Bilingualism and multilingualism is a growing reality"

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