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Acquisition des langues

Britain's children left behind in languages by the time they're three


Last Updated: 28 Jun 2012

The Independent.co.uk, wednesday 13th June 12

At least 11 countries have lowered the age at which children start language lessons, says study

Growing numbers of pupils around the world are learning a foreign language at an earlier age – with some starting as three-year-olds, says a major study released today.

At least 11 countries have lowered the age at which children start learning a second language in the past decade, with two of them – Spain and Belgium – introducing the subject for pupils aged three. Lire la suite...