For language to expand, children need to be given many opportunities to interact, which include conversations, self-corrections, questions and language play.
While babies attempt to listen, imitate and utter the sounds heard in their language environment, hearing key words spoken correctly in various linguistic contexts helps cement the learning process of organizing words in the correct order, in another word, the grammatical concepts.
How to help babies acquire languages? Is this a third million-dollar question? Oh, yes!
Let me share with you what I researched, studied, tested and practiced in this new series: how to help babies acquire languages? If you agree, disagree or simply have something to say, please feel free to leave your comments.