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Childrens (0 6 years) first and second language acquisition process The optimal period to learn a second language is between the ages of 0-3. Some brain imaging studies show that languages in bilingual infants are stored closer together in the brain than in later bilinguals. So learning another language after the age of 3 both takes greater effort and is treated differently by the brain. Processing more languages simultaneously takes three to six months longer and this potential delay disappears at around four years. Bear in mind that it is a highly individual process and this article takes it for granted. The first year of life is about sounds and imitation, music. It is important for them to hear many sounds of the language (phonemes, intonations and melody) as they begin to babble, their vowel production is gibberish. Babies are exceptional at recognizing speech sounds: japanese babies up to six months can clearly recognize the difference between /l/ and /r/. This acquisition works through repetitions, it is important to focus upon the most useful sounds and repeat these over and over. By now the boundary between native and second language is clear, babies are able to recognize instantly each sound and what it belongs to and it seems they prefer the first. To make effective