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A very successful approach are picture books with many details (e.g. animals). The you show the baby: look at this, a little bear etc. then you ask: where is the little bear? And the baby shows. You ask: who/what is this? The baby says: little bear. Then you are describing what he‘s doing, what he wears, what he is doing and later you ask the ...


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This very simple: You’re not allowed, you have to forbid yourself to use more than one adjective, more than one verb, more than one noun, more than on subject, more than one object or adverb in one sentence respectively in one phrase especially when you give advices, orders, instructions etc. etc. This will discipline yourself to be short and not long, ...


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The way to promote functional literacy is to read to your child often about a variety of subjects on their level, like every. single. day. Since you're a bilingual home, both parents will need to do this in their own language. I started reading to my first child as soon as they were able to rest on my lap, at about 4 months. At seven months, they said their ...


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