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Friday, May 2, 2008

Language & how we think

How the Brain Learns to Read - The title in the print edition is How Alphabets Shape the Brain. The article mentions how one person may be dyslexic in English, but would not be in another language. And how different areas of the brain are used for the same activity, depending on the native language. Interesting article. The article compares English and Chinese.

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Blogger danny said...

Chinese culture and history is fascinating and mysterious. As China increasingly is seen as a growing business power, interest in learning the Chinese language had rocketed, and dominance of Chinese over English will be a long time coming. More and more people begin to learn Chinese, because here is clear career potential for the future. Chinese language education market will be prosperous.

May 3, 2008 at 7:24 PM  

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