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Hi. I have to write an essay about whether children should start learning a foreign language very early or not. Since I'm not native English speaker, I don't know if my essay is grammatically correct. So please help me!I agree that children should start learning a foreign language very early. I have 2 reasons why I think so. But before going into details, I’ll define "very early" of children age 3-5 in this essay.First of all, the sooner children start learning a foreign language, the better they will be able to speak it. Children until age around 7 can tell apart and pronounce all of the languages in the world correctly. It’s because all babies are born with perfect language skill. But the skill will be died out by age 7 unless they hear languages. This means if children start learning English before the skill died out, they will have better pronunciation. Let me give you one example. It is said that Japanese people are bad at speaking English because of their pronunciation. As you know, it’s hard for only-Japanese speakers to tell apart R sound from L sound. It’s because many Japanese people start learning English at age 12 when their perfect language skill has already died out.Second, children can learn third language if they start learning second language very early. In today’s globalized world, being able to speak not only two but also more language will be absolutely advantage. National Commission on Excellence in Education says that it takes 4-6 years to master one foreign language. (Master level is being able to have daily conversation.) Suppose children go to university, there will have 19 years to learn a foreign language if they start learning it at age 3. They can master at least 3 languages at that time though it will depend on how they are taught.In conclusion, I agree that children should start learning a foreign language very early.Thank you!



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2 Responses so far.

  1. akund says:

    I agree that children should start learning a foreign language very early. I have 2 reasons why I think so. Before going into details, I should define “very early” as children aged between 3-5 years old.First of all, the sooner children start learning a foreign language, the better they will be able to speak it. Until around age 7 children can tell apart and pronounce all of the languages in the world correctly. This is because all babies are born with perfect language skills. But these skills will die out by age 7 unless they hear languages. This means that if children start learning English before their skills fade, they will have better pronunciation. Let me give you one example: It is said that Japanese people are bad at speaking English because of their pronunciation. As you know, it’s hard for Japanese speakers to tell the English R sound from L. This is because many Japanese people start learning English at age 12 when their perfect language skill has already died out.Secondly, children can learn a third language if they start learning a second language very early on. In today’s globalized world, being able to speak not only two but several language be is seen as being a great advantage. The National Commission on Excellence in Education says that it takes 4-6 years to master one foreign language (definied as being able to have a daily conversation.) Suppose children go to university, there will have 19 years to learn a foreign language if they start learning it at age 3. They can master at least 3 languages in that time although it will depend on how they are taught.In conclusion, I agree that children should start learning a foreign language very early.

  2. rezbook says:

    Changes marked by asterisks (**)I agree that children should start learning a foreign language very early. I have 2 reasons why I think so*, b*ut before going into details, I’ll define “very early” of children age 3-5 in this essay.First of all, the sooner children start learning a foreign language, the better they will be able to speak it. Children until *around age* 7 can tell apart and pronounce all of the languages in the world correctly. It’s because all babies are born with an *excellent ability to imitate sound”. But the skill will *have diminished* by age 7 unless they *are exposed to* languages. This means if children start learning English while *this ability is still strong*, they will have better pronunciation. Let me give you one example. It is said that Japanese people are bad at speaking English because of the *pronunciation of certain words*. As you know, it’s hard for *Japanese only* speakers to tell apart *the* R sound from *the* L sound. It’s because many Japanese people start learning English at age 12 when their *thriving language skills have* already *diminished*.Second, *people* can learn *a* third language if they start learning *a* second language very early *in life*. In today’s globalized world, being able to speak not only two but also more *languages* will be absolutely *advantageous*. *The* National Commission on Excellence in Education says that it takes 4-6 years to master one foreign language*, master level being able to participate in daily conversation with it*. *Suppose children eventually attend secondary school*, *they will have a 19 year head start in learning foreign languages* if they start learning it at age 3. They can master at least 3 languages at that time though it will depend on how they are taught.In conclusion, I agree that children should start learning a foreign language very early.Couple of things…Don’t use “died out”. Plus, the ability to learn a different language never “dies out”. I also disagree with some of your comments like the ability to master 3 languages at age 3 to 5 and the fact Japanese can’t tell the difference between R and L. They just have a problem placing the tongue properly against the roof of the mouth. They can discern the difference when listening, just have difficulty pronouncing.