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Babies’ language lessons may start inside the womb

Newborn babies respond differently to their mother tongue as compared to foreign languages thanks to all the listening they did while in the womb, a joint study by American and Swedish researchers suggests.
  • Holy Language Institute

    Want the kids to learn Hebrew? Start em early! Babies’ language lessons may start inside the womb. Newborns can recognize vowels from their mother tongue hours after birth, study suggests. www.holylanguage.com

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