1933. Acquiring the language since he's a baby

Babies are pretty open to learn a language in which people around speak. 

They're like sponges. 

They acquire the language, in our case English. 

They acquire two ways of communicating with their adults around, the mother and the target languages. 

So, start as soon as possible to talk English at home. Other times you can speak in your mother tongue. 

Lose fear to tell him things in English. At the beginning he won't say anything, but it's the silent period. Help with signals, gestures, tone of voice, pointing at something, repetition in different days. You're building up his English. / Photo from: stateswim net au. learning to swim


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