Bella Devyatkina is now wowing people all over the world after she easily switched languages. Bella literally stunned audiences when she spoke seven languages fluently on a TV show. Bella is actually able to communicate in these languages, as her knowledge exceeds the vocabulary of simple ‘small talk’. Besides her native Russian, Bella also speaks English, German, Spanish, French, Chinese and Arabic
thatincludes the six official United Nations languages with the addition of German. According to Bella’s mother that they started teaching her Russian and English when she was only two and noticed her interest in linguistics. Gradually they started adding more languages to her schedule, and she now studies with native speakers. Internet users have accused Bella’s mother of stripping the girl of her childhood, but neuropsychologist Anna Semenovich told the public that there was nothing to worry about. According to Semenovich If the girl is learning languages through curiosity, if her parents managed to build a schedule that works as a game it will only benefit her. She’s not studying, she’s playing! Some experts believes that Bella will not lose her knowledge, but warns that at some point it can become ‘frozen’ if she does not continue to use and practice it. Back In pre-revolutionary Russia, if a child from a noble family couldn’t speak three-four languages by the age of five or six, it was a shame to take him out. Then in school Latin and ancient Greek were added to those. So five-six languages were a standard package for an educated youth back in 19th-century Russia,

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