Children at an early age learn with great joy through play, song, painting and experiencing teaching, without reading and writing. They get excited when they manage to communicate and they do it with ease because they are not afraid to make a mistake. They acquire the accent of a native speaker because they come into contact with the language early. They feel the language is part of their daily life and do not consider it foreign. Scientific studies report that learning a language brings about positive changes in the brain, boosts memory, strengthens areas of design, reasoning, analytical thinking, decision-making, concentration and intelligence.

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