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1st language vs 2nd language acquisition The mystery of how people can learn languages has interested people for thousands of years. I must say that, myself, I have been interested by this subject for a long time. That is why I decided to do my research on the suggestion fifteen: First language versus second language acquisition. But before being able to compare these two different processes, we need to understand what they are separately. First of all, what does first language acquisition mean? It is the process by which infants and children learn their native language. There are several theories that professionals developed in order to explain how first language acquisition works. One of the theories stand out from the others and suggests the innateness of certain linguistic features. In other words, children would be born with an innate capacity to learn languages. This theory divides the learning process into different stages. The first stage is the "Pre-speech" where the child learns to pay attention to speech, intonation and rhythm way before they begin to speak. The second stage is called the "Babbling stage" and would start when the child is a few months old. During this stage, the baby start making sounds but can't come up with real words until he or she moves on to the