The Importance of Language, Memory and Bilingualism in Language Acquisition

Isa Spahiu, Yildiray Cevik


The process of learning to speak (language) is one of the most important things of early childhood. Within some months, children move from saying single words to longer sentences and from a small vocabulary to one that grows by six new words per day. Language is our main, principal mean of communication. Language tools mean a lot, new opportunities for social understanding, for learning about the world, and for sharing experiences, needs and pleasures. On the other hand, in order to understand how we learn, it is first necessary to understand something about how do we think. Without a good memory language learning would simply be impossible and as a result humans development as well. Memory is undoubtedly one of the most important concepts in remembering things, in learning, because, simply, if things are not remembered, learning cannot take place.

Keywords: memory, bilingualism, language acquisition, L1, and L2.

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