How Does The Brain Work

While Learning A Second Language ?

You Will Learn

How the Brian works while learning a second language and how it adapts to the new language.

Important Notes

  • Learning a new language can increase the size of the brain according to Swedish scientists research.
  • The brain grew only on learners who tought the language was easy.
  • The cerebrum is the most important part in the brain when learning because that helps with the sight, hearing which are the most important in learning a new language.
  • Through a network of the neurons the brain collects new information and stores it in the short memory.
  • Sound is essential for learning better vocal development.
  • Native and second languages are separate in the Broca's area which is the frontal lobe.
  • The frontal lobe helps language movement in the mouth, palate and tounge.
  • The two language make a very little separation in the area of the brain where it's comprehend.
  • Bilengual speakers have no separation in their brocas or wrinkles which makes them a good language speaker.
  • Areas of the language in the brain are most dynamic during the ages of 6-13.
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