Your Questions About Language, Answered

As we kicked off our weeklong language series, we asked you what questions you've got on the subject. You responded. Now, we have some answers.

As we kicked off our weeklong language series, we asked you what questions you’ve got on the subject.

You responded. Now, we have some answers.

Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson checks back in with Marty Abbott, executive director of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

What You Wanted To Know About Language

What can parents of preschool children do that do not speak the language they want their child to learn?

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