Many people wonder whether it gets easier each time someone learns a new languages. I am here to tell you that yes, it does get easier. In the article called “What Gets Easier When You Study More Languages?”, the author is someone who speaks 7 languages, and she discusses what she has learned about learning new languages. She lists the […]
Many people believe that learning a foreign language as an adult or adolescent is a lot more difficult than learning your first language.The article titled “Application of Infants’ Brain Neural Mechanism of Native Language Learning in English Teaching”, that theory is supported. It explores the reasons behind the difficulties adults have learning a second language by first examining how children […]
No one really knows when language first evolved and how. It has always been an important part in history and in civilizations of the past, but how it first came about is still a mystery. The document “Scientists Learn More about the Evolution and Acquisition of Human Language” from the Gale database further explores the theories about language acquisition and […]
The topic I will be researching and discussing is language acquisition and language learning. First off, there is a slight different between the two. Whereas language acquisition studies how babies learn to communicate and their first language, language learning is the general process of learning languages. I want to learn about how children pick up a language and if that […]
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Nowadays it would be hard to argue against the claim that technology is very prevalent in our society. You can see it everywhere, from smartphones, to cars, to machines. Some of these things, such as household appliances and transportation, can help make our lives easier. But other technological advances are negatively impacting many people, and will eventually […]
https://nowcomment.com/documents/116606#.W88xDUtKjD4 When looking at the evidence and scientific studies, it is hard to deny that there is some correlation between playing violent video games and aggressive mentalities. However, the real debate comes when discussing the importance of such effects. How can we measure the importance of that shift in mentality along with other life factors to determine the real effect […]
According to Craig Anderson, director of the Center for the Study of Violence at Iowa State University, video games “change a child’s or adolescent’s personality in some sense, so that they start to see their world in a more aggressive way […] They tend to see aggressive solutions as being more appropriate for solving problems.” However, video games are never […]