Language Matters

Kathleen Stein Smith, Ph.D

Being Fluent in Two Languages Might Literally Change How You Perceive Time

“Being bilingual already has a long list of benefits. Research suggests that it boosts creativity and memory, strengthens multitasking and slows downthe onset of dementia. But in case these benefits don’t already outweigh the monotony of memorizing grammar structures and vocabulary lists, here’s one more: Bilingualism seems to give us a more nuanced perception of time.”

Read more @ https://mic.com/articles/176132/being-fluent-in-two-languages-might-literally-change-how-you-perceive-time#.dALvpSpg7

Languages do matter!

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