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Bilingual Acquisition

I think bilingual has many merits compared with monolingual. As for why I think so, bilingualism includes contact and adaptation to different cultures. If you can communicate with a foreigner, you touch a new culture through that communication. As a result, there is a high possibility that you can have a big dream, a worldview and a sense of values that are different from those of a monolingual. Thereby you can get a big merit in your life.

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Bilingual Acquisition

I think bilingual has many merits compared with monolingual. As for why I think so, bilingualism includes contact and adaptation to different cultures. If you can communicate with a foreigner, you touch a new culture through that communication. As a result, there is a high possibility that you can have a big dream, a worldview and a sense of values that are different from those of a monolingual. Thereby you can get a big merit in your life.

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