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Language Study: Babies Learn Better with Others


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A new study has found that young babies learning languages through video materials do better with other babies around than they do alone.

The study confirms earlier studies that found a child’s learning can be greatly improved when it happens together with another child.

The study was published earlier this month in the . It included United States-based researchers from the University of Connecticut and the University of Washington.

In general, very young children are able to learn languages much faster than older children or adults. But researchers say there are still many unanswered questions for why this happens.

In the new study, researchers wanted to build on earlier studies that looked at the effectiveness of using video material in language learning for very young children.

Past research has shown that a young child’s learning level using video is very low compared to language spoken in a live presentation by humans.

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