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Re: Bilingual Babies

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  • votrubam
    ... No one needs to worry, it s que sera, sera (or perhaps rather more correctly, quel que sara, sara) in this instance, given that the causes are unknown.
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 11, 2011
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      > that the studies are correct, that with all the other
      > benefits of being bi-lingual, I need not worry about
      > getting Alzheimer's.

      No one needs to worry, it's "que sera, sera" (or perhaps rather more correctly, quel que sara, sara) in this instance, given that the causes are unknown. But the post said:

      "may reduce one's chances"

      May. Reduce.


      Martin
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