How do babies learn languages?
Language learning babies have started from the womb, by listening to music or the way their mother speaks. - The study, conducted by Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland Washington, stated that at the last 10 weeks of pregnancy, babies in the womb heard when the mother invited her to speak, and at birth she responded that she understood what her mother said while in the womb. - Because, the cochlear organ (an important organ in the sense of hearing that is in the ear) the fetus has begun to develop at 24 weeks' gestation and continues until its birth. - Then, the baby's hearing sensor and brain have started to develop when the fetus is 30 weeks old. Starting from this age, the baby's brain has been able to distinguish repetitive sound patterns and implant them into memories so that they throw them up when they start talking. - So since the beginning of containing a baby, a pregnant mother only talks with a good content. Because since the womb the baby can record what is heard into his memory.