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Kids are all different, so really all that you can do is try. I have 2 kids, one is 15 and we moved to a different country when she was 4. She now speaks that language as a mother-tongue and locals say that her accent is indistinguishable from kids who had been learning it since birth. My second kid was born in this country and despite being taught the ...


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I live in an English speaking country and my parents tell me I did not know any English when I first entered preschool. English is my dominant language now, though I can still speak in Vietnamese and do thing such as argue over the phone (though I can't read it nor can I speak it academically because frankly, there's not much use for that). So 3 is not too ...


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I do not know if this will help you, but our son is speaking 3 languages, and he is 3.5. We speak (parents) 4 to 5 natively and have always talked in 3 languages with him, at least immediately after he started speaking. He confuses words at times, or uses different languages in the same phrase, but we don't care. The more time passes, the better he gets at ...


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