From: Grant Callaghan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 22 Nov 2002 - 15:06:34 GMT
> >The[language] habits we learn as children are the foundation on which the
>rest of our
> >lives are built. They are harder to change than the ones we pick up
> >in life.
>I read an interesting paper on the theory that we pick most of it up from
>our mother's voice, especially lullabies.
That makes sense. I remember when my own children were growing up, my wife
babbled at them all the time -- my daughter more than my son -- and they
both grew up language enabled and good at argument. I was the one who sang
the lullabies, though. My wife wasn't into that.
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