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Dec
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comment Is 3 years old too late to start learning a 2nd language natively?
Let me second "It's never too late to start!". You just cannot get done something you never started working on - language, or whatever else in life.
Sep
2
comment Is it normal that a 2½ year old omits any “s” in the start of words?
My 3½ year old son, although understood well in both languages to a stranger (raised in English and Slovak), is replacing some sounds. He cannot pronounce ch-ange, whi-ch, or similar - but rather uses s. It is consistent in both languages. As he is improving, although slower than I have expected, I haven't decided to visit specialist yet.
Jul
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answered Daughter not saying “mom” even though she can
Jan
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accepted Should I stop teaching my toddler a second language if his exposure to it will be limited?
Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
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answered How can I add English to an already bilingual household?
Dec
28
comment Should I stop teaching my toddler a second language if his exposure to it will be limited?
Thanks @dave. I needed support like that probably, as well as from Torben. I'll keep up for some time. Also thanks for pointing me DVD's - what I had already in mind but forgot to make it real...
Dec
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Dec
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comment Should I stop teaching my toddler a second language if his exposure to it will be limited?
@Beofett, thanks, but I write a lot. Emails, forums, ... I have time to think. You'd hear how my conditionals can go wrong, not to mention misuse of correct tense in many situations :(
Dec
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awarded  Student
Dec
27
asked Should I stop teaching my toddler a second language if his exposure to it will be limited?