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I need help in finding answers to this question: learing language as a child is no different than that of learning anything else. I need to argue that, that statement is correct. thanks

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    I am baffled why they would assign you a point of view that is clearly false. They are telling you what answers to find. That may be standard practice for the debate team, but is a poor way to learn the facts, and is not the scientific method.

    The vast majority of children can crawl before they can talk in sentences of any language.

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