Bilingual Person

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Bilingual Person

A person with the ability to speak two languages. In areas where two languages are common, bilingual persons are often paid more to do the same jobs as monolingual persons because they are able to service more customers with less difficulty.
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Now scientists say that bilingualists (people who speak two languages) like Valderrama have boosted brainpower over those who speak only one.
For instance, bilingualists who learn a second language in their teens, like Valderrama, build more brainpower than adults.