Want to learn a new language?
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The Critical Period Hypothesis, proposed by Eric Lenneberg, states that the best period to learn a new language is between age 2 through puberty. Also, many factors can affect the learning of the new language. A couple of these factors are motivation, quality of instruction, the first language development, and the access to the new language. Motivation: a new language can be learned successfully and easily if there motivation into learning the new language. Quality of the instruction: the understanding and learning of a new language can depend on the quality of instructions that are given. First language development: when starting to learn a new language, make sure that the first language is fully understood, before learning the new language. Access to the new language: it might be hard to learn another language because it is hard to get access to it other than what is taught. All these and more are helpful ways to learning a new language easily and successfully.