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Bimodal Bilinguals, those who are fluent in both spoken language, exhibit unique behaviors since they access two separate sensory motor systems for comprehension and productionIntroductionBeing bilingual is becoming more and more of a necessity in this day and age. Not only does it open doors to more job and social
Learning a new language changes brain structurally and functionally according to research study done by Yang et al. However, their results also show that second language learning reflect individual differences in learning ability as well.