Babies’ Language Learning Starts From The Womb


Artist’s rendering of a human fetus growing inside the womb.

From their very first days, newborns’ cries already bear the mark of the language their parents speak, reveals a new study published online on November 5th in Current Biology, a Cell Press publication. The findings suggest that infants begin picking up elements of what will be their first language in the womb, and certainly long before their first babble or coo.

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