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comment My 5 year old's second language: Why is it not coming naturally?
I think that's fairly common when kids are immersed in one language and often spoken to in another, but can answer and be understood in the first. I grew up among a lot of kids in that situation who understood Spanish well but couldn't really speak it fluently.
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That's a good point, @blankip. However, the OP was asking how to convince his parents of the merits of applying a very specific educational strategy to a very specific career choice, the primary difference of which a degree makes is ease of earning potential. It's also much easier to be happy in a job when you have many options open to you.
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