At What Age Does Our Ability to Learn a New Language Like a Native Speaker Disappear?

At What Age Does Our Ability to Learn a New Language Like a Native Speaker Disappear?

The older you get the more difficult it is to learn to speak French like a Parisian. But no one knows exactly what the cutoff point is-at what age it becomes harder, for instance, to pick up noun-verb agreements in a new language.



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