Children Learning a Second Language Why parents should use immersion

In today's workforce, many people speak Arabic...

many people speak Swahili...

and many people speak English.

Children must be prepared to incorporate all of these languages into their future job.

A knowledge of a second language brings future success.

Parents should use immersion to actively teach their children another language.

When a child knows a second language, endless job possibilities are possible.

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