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Teach Kids Importance Of Mother Tongue

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Learning to speak in the mother tongue is very important for a child’s overall development. Being fluent in the mother tongue, which is also known as the native language, benefits the child in many ways. It connects him to his culture, ensures better cognitive development, and aids in the learning of other languages. Read on to know more about this.  

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The Importance Of Mother Tongue

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