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second language acquisitionIn the age of globalization and cyber expansionism, there is no longer any question that bilingualism is vital for success. Second language acquisition has therefore been an area of great interest to both scientist and linguists. Children growing up in bilingual environments seem to adapt to complex and very different languages with remarkable ease. Most interesting is the manner by which they acquire their languages in comparison to adult learners picking up a second language. It is often thought that children learn new languages quicker, especially at the ages between 3 and 6. However, when put in context and looked at analytically this may not be the case at all. There are three major differences in child and adult language acquisition. The first important difference in child and adult second language acquisition can be found in the type of language used. Children begin with and are for the most part only exposed to basic language. As they age they gradually pick up new language and integrate it into their already solid base. Adults on the other hand, are exposed to language of a more complex level faster. This is understandable considering the different thought processes between children and adults. The second difference is the approach to language