4) Kids start learning language skills from their mother's womb itself.
According to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, children learn language skills in the womb when their parents strike a conversation with them.
5) You should read or speak to your baby in different languages.
Dr. Rebekka Levis, Assistant Professor at New York Medical College explained, "Babies who had been read to or spoken to in different languages developed the auditory fitness necessary to shape the brain for hearing and language development. It's never too early to start reading and talking to your baby. We definitely know that babies can hear their mothers and recognize their voice while in utero."