1. Kids who learn two languages young are better able to learn abstract rules and to reverse rules that they’ve already learned. They’re less likely to have difficulty choosing between conflicting possibilities when there are two possible responses that both present themselves. They’re also better at figuring out what other people are thinking, which is probably because they have to figure out which language to use every time they talk to somebody in order to communicate.

    — A neuroscientist explains the benefits of bilingualism today on Fresh Air.

  2. neurology

    neuroscience

    brain

    bilingualism

    language