Studies have found that speaking two or more languages is a great asset to the cognitive process. The brains of bilingual people operate differently than single language speakers, and these differences offer several mental benefits.
There are seven cognitive advantages to learning a foreign language. Many of these attributes are only apparent in people who speak multiple languages regularly – if you haven’t spoken a foreign language since your school levels, your brain might not be reaping these bilingual benefits.
However, people who begin language study in their adult lives can still achieve the same levels of fluency as a young learner, and still reap the same mental benefits, too.
1. You will become smarter 2. You build multitasking skills 3. You will keep away from Dimentia and Alzheimer's 4. Your Memory Improves 5. You become more preceptive 6. Your desicision making skills improve 7. You improve your language
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