Speakers of different languages may process thoughts and observe their surroundings differently, giving a cognitive advantage to people who speak multiple languages.

“Japanese speakers tend to group objects by material rather than shape, whereas Koreans focus on how tightly objects fit together.”

Science, Mar 17, 2015

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Why Teaching Toddlers Mandarin Chinese Is a Smart Investment

Why Teaching Toddlers Mandarin Chinese Is a Smart Investment

ZDNet, Oct 20, 2010

China now has the second largest economy in the world. As a result, language immersion programs have seen a booming demand for Mandarin instruction.
Parents recognize that working knowledge of this widely spoken language will only help their children in their future careers.