LennyeTran wrote:At what age would you let your children learn another language? And would you send them to a school for foreigner people in your country, so they could learn other languages or regular public schools could do the job good enough????
shazzam1452 wrote: My opinion is high school. Children should have the choice. High school usually offers these choices for children to pursue. If they choose to take an additional language as an elective; then they can. Most western countries are showing that the current curriculm isn't offering enough time ; or repetitiveness of the basics (maths, english, science).
I would prefer my children to be able to read, write and add up before taking on other subjects.
quicksilver7486 wrote: But the prb is that the pronunciation of the teacher who teaches them foreign language is wrong, so children are wrong at the first time.It will become their serious habit.
quicksilver7486 wrote:We should send our children to the foreigner 's school.
But every prb has 2 faces.It is diffilcult for your children to intigrate into those schools cos their language is different from your children's language.It will make your children feel lonely.
He doesnt have enough confidence to communicate with others
violet wrote:I agree with Lenny. I heard that the best period for kids to starting learning foreign languages is before 12 years old. Otherwise the memory of foreign languages will not enter the so-called "native part" in their brains, as a result, they will meet more difficulties when studying them or using them.
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