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A research looks at a brain scan of a six-year-old child as he listens to words in English and French. When the child hears French, his brain shows activity in typical language areas as well as in the angular and supramarginal gyri. Based on this activity, which one of the following statements most likely describes this child?

▸ He is beginning to learn French but is not yet fluent.

▸ He is a fluent English and French speaker, but learned French after the first year of life.

▸ He has never heard French before in his life.

▸ He is bilingual and was exposed to both English and French from birth.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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