Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary schools rather than secondary school.

First
of all, been a common belief among specialists that teaching a new language in elementary academy is more beneficial than teaching at junior high school for students, and considering
this
, it is arguable that
this
bears some risks in itself. While I support the notion that a
second
accent education at a primary academy can be risky at times, I
also
believe its cons are outweighed by its pros.
To begin
with the positive sides of learning a foreign accent at the primary schools, it can be learnt effortlessly, since a child's brain is analogous to an empty hard-disk that can be uploaded more quickly at
this
age. What I mean by
that is
that people bear more talent about memorising new words when they are small kids, and it is considered learning a new accent requires a strong memory.
Moreover
, it should be mentioned that children at secondary schools may develop some biases against studying a foreign terminology if they have some difficulties in understanding the basics of another language’s grammar, as well. Because of that resisting to learn is seen most often after elementary institute;
therefore
, it has been advised by experts to put
second
language courses in elementary schools’ curricula too. Despite the positive contributions of learning a foreign dialect in elementary schools, I should accept that there is a major risk. Since a
second
terminology education has many attractive features, professionals are keen on using them without considering the dangers. To
further
clarify
this
with an instance, I can state that children at elementary institute merely initiate learning the fundamental grammar in their native expression, so it might create confusion to learn another speech grammar rules and make a comparison. In conclusion, it is obvious that there exist both advantages and disadvantages associated with learning a foreign dialect at elementary institute
instead
of the
next
step of education.
However
, from where I stand, merits of easy memorising in early ages and undeveloped biases to the course readily outweigh the demerits.

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