What are two active parts of a language?
Speaking & listening
Listening & reading
Speaking & writing

What are two passive parts of a language?
Reading & speaking
Listening & reading
Writing & listening

How many general types can bilinguals be classified by?
2
3
4

Who does a compound bilingual refers to ?
To someone who has difficulty speaking more than two foreign languages
To someone whose two languages are learnt at the same time
To someone whose two languages are learnt in distinctively separate contexts

Who does a coordinate bilingual refers to?
To someone whose two languages are learnt in distinctively separate contexts
To someone who speaks foreign language better than his native language.
To someone who has difficulty speaking more than three foreign languages

Who is a subordinate bilingual?
A person who is limited in number of foreign language he might learn
A person who speaks second language better than his native language.
A person who has learnt a second language and cannot understand it without the help of his first language

Who is a coordinate bilingual according to this video?
Gabriella
Gabriella's brother
Gabriella's parents

Why do children learn languages more easily ( according to this video)
Because they use only the right hemisphere in learning languages
Because the plasticity of their developing brains let them use both hemisphere in language acquisition
Because they have less complex concepts which stand on the way of successful assimilation of foreign languages

What are the advantages of learning foreign languages?
It can help delay the onset of diseases like Alzheimer and dimension
You will inevitably get a well-paid job
It increases your IQ abilities

Bilingual may not necessarily make you smarter but ...
It will help you to improve your willpower
One day it will make you rich and famous
It does make your brain move healthy complex and actively engaged