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in my opinion, I think that this is absolutely true. the younger we are, the more things we can memorize. I used to teach my younger sister and I realized that she has an out of the blue memory. she even learns faster than I can. back to the main content, learning a foreign language requires our ability to memorize as we have to learn by heart the vocabularies, grammar,... And another reason is that when we still in primary school, we only have to learn the easy things, the program at primary school often integrate between learning and playing so we don't have much pressures. That is the perfect time for us to acquire more knowledge, especially another language. As we get older, we have to remember lots of details and learn the new things which are more complicated, so it minimize the ability to memorize of us. we also need to ask a question, why do the native speakers can fluently speak their mother tongue. it's because they are familiar with that language when they were still kids. So do when we study a new language. The sooner we learn, the literally easier it will be. there also some drawbacks when we learn a new language at primary school. Cos we are still kids so we scarcely pay attention to something. We're able to hit the book very fast but we also slip through the cracks in a short of time. But when at secondary school, we could recognize the importance of learning and we learn in a more serious way. However, practice makes perfect. We still have more advantages when we have the opportunity to contact with new languages as early as possible.

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Subject: Please review my IELTS essay

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Topic: Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school. do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages? Be sure to copy the instructions correctly.

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1. Write in paragraphs.
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3. Do not use contractions in a formal essay.
4. Do not use ellipses, "etc." or phrases such as "and so on" in a formal essay.
5. Avoid informal expressions (e.g. idioms).

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in my opinion, I think that this is absolutely true. the younger we are, the more things we can memorize. I used to teach my younger sister and I realized that she has an out of the blue memory. she even learns faster than I can. back to the main content, learning a foreign language requires our ability to memorize as we have to learn by heart the vocabularies, grammar,... And another reason is that when we still in primary school, we only have to learn the easy things, the program at primary school often integrate between learning and playing so we don't have much pressures. That is the perfect time for us to acquire more knowledge, especially another language. As we get older, we have to remember lots of details and learn the new things which are more complicated, so it minimize the ability to memorize of us. we also need to ask a question, why do the native speakers can fluently speak their mother tongue. it's because they are familiar with that language when they were still kids. So do when we study a new language. The sooner we learn, the literally easier it will be. there also some drawbacks when we learn a new language at primary school. Cos we are still kids so we scarcely pay attention to something. We're able to hit the book very fast but we also slip through the cracks in a short of time. But when at secondary school, we could recognize the importance of learning and we learn in a more serious way. However, practice makes perfect. We still have more advantages when we have the opportunity to contact with new languages as early as possible.

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