Learning foreign languages are easy for young children. To them, it’s effortless. In fact, they can master many languages at once through sound-based accelerated learning methods. Here’s how.
Sound-based learning incorporates the subtleties of patterns, rhythm, frequencies, tone, pitch and accents. Young children, because their left brain functions are not as active as those in adults, are easily able to synthesize these subtleties through the right brain with no effort. So, if four languages are spoken in their environment, they will master all four without confusion.
A Family of Five Learning Foreign Languages with No Effort
There’s a family I know whose mother is Swedish and the father is English. They have five children, all who speak both languages with no effort at all. This is because the mother and father both speak in their native languages almost all the time. It’s fascinating to observe when I visit. They’ll be talking to their father in English, then in the next sentence turn and talk to their mother in Swedish with absolutely no mixing up of languages.
Because their parents know about this method of learning foreign languages, these children now have powerful brain pathways built that will serve them well through life in ways they never thought possible.
Because of their training, learning foreign languages isn’t the only ability they’re capable of: they could also have a natural fluency in music or perfect pitch. This is because the strong brain connections that allows them to distinguish rhythm, frequencies, tones, pitch, accents, and patterns are already built.
Learning Japanese – Before Birth
Some experts tell us your child can even learn languages in the womb. Let me explain with this true story: There’s another mother (an American) I know who, while pregnant, played Japanese language audio recordings daily. Later, at about the age of two, his mother had visitors from Japan at their home. When she introduced her son to them, he immediately said, “Ohio sama (Ohayo-sama)”. His mother didn’t know what he was saying until one of the guests mentioned he said “Hello” in their language. Her son had no other training in Japanese other than what was played before birth.
Anyone Can Learn a Foreign Language
Older children and adults can also develop this ability by playing games with foreign languages, the alphabet and words, listening to poems and songs native to foreign countries, watching TV in a foreign language, or using rapid learning foreign language products we carry on our site. Total immersion is also an excellent way to learn another language because children engage all their senses.