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Children can learn multiple languages without problems from an early age if they have to. The don't learn as many as you want.. they learn as many as they have to. With my son who Swedish and English bilingual living in UK he didn't start to speak Swedish back to me until he met Swedish little friends on holiday in Sweden and they couldn't understand what he ...


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I would take a look at the local school district in the place where you think you will live. In the US, school districts may or may not follow city and county division. You should be able to search for things like 'school district for city-name'. This will help you to know when the school year starts, what sort of options various schools provide (such as ...


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We moved from Brazil to US with a 3 year old five years ago. Try to get a school that has ESL program. That will help the child to learn English and to feel support from school regarding the language difficulty. Whatever happens, don't stop speaking your native language at home. Kids learn fast, so they will pick up the new language quite soon, but if for ...


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There are differences in the way children are raised in different parts of the world. I don't see any real problems in terms of child development. The perceived problem is because of the differing expectations given our cultural background. Having in-laws staying with you as a modern family can be difficult even in a Chinese household and this can be the ...


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My answer comes from what I've learned living with in-laws (from China) for 5 years. Unfortunately I do not have "sources" to back it up. The development of the children in this situation may be affected as follow: they will copy "bad" behavior they see at home (if any, although this is applicable to any unwanted behavior at home regardless of ...



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