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I am not qualified to give you a real response as I am not a professional in this field in anyway, but I am bilingual and my mother taught me how she made both my sister and I fluent in both Korean and English. First of all, she made sure only to speak in Korean with me, while I was learning English in an American school. She also made sure that I NEVER ...


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Some thoughts: firstly, maybe your wife can learn more Hindi. If you teach her Hindi before birth & while the child is there, the child will be exposed to it more second, whenever you are looking after your child alone, speak nothing but Hindi to your child thirdly, see if you can find other native Hindi speakers to expose your child to - a babysitter ...


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That's a good strategy to for small kids. The language of the environment (friends, school, TV, games, movies, sports) will win in the long run, so you really don't need to do anything to support this unless you see some unusual problem. Having each parent talk a different language will be good in learning the basics of the spoken language and developing ...


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My advice would be to teach your son as many languages as you can, as early as you can - he will sort it out eventually. At first, he will be confused but keep explaining that there are different people who use different words for the same things and teach him the words for the same object in different languages all the time. Your son will likely have a ...



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