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August 16 2013
Singing, rather than saying, phrases in a foreign language makes them easier to remember, and can make learning a second language easier, according to new research.
A new study published in the journal in Memory and Cognition, has found that adults learning phrases in Hungarian were better able to match the words with their English counterparts when they learned the phrase by singing it.
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