Researchers studying language recognition have concluded that bilingual students are better at recognizing speakers' voices than peers who speak only one language. For the study, bilingual and monolingual students received instructions for tasks in English with a German accent and were observed to see how they would process and respond to data.
Study finds more advantages to being bilingual
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