Incredible! Unborn Babies Start Learning Language is the Womb

A study has shown that unborn babies can tell the difference between someone speaking to them in English or Japanese. Researchers using non-invasive sensing technology from the University of Kansas Medical Center to measure changes in fetal heart rate found that babies in the womb can distinguish between two rhythmically different languages. A bilingual speaker made two recordings of a passage, one in English, and one in Japanese, which were played to the unborn babies. They found that the foetal heart rates changed when they heard the unfamiliar, rhythmically distinct…

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