Babies | First Words | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

Babies | First Words | FULL EPISODE | Netflix



From nature to nurture, this docuseries explores the groundbreaking science that reveals how infants discover life during their very first year.

In this episode: Experts examine the rhythm and flow of language and explore how babies break down linguistic beats before they know how to speak.

US Rating: TV-PG. Parental guidance suggested.

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27 Comments

  1. Do you guys think that babies already have knowledge when they are born? Because when I watch these videos I see that babies are so intelligent and, sadly, many people underestimate their ability. They are the best♥

  2. It's not only about natural vs non-natural speech distinction. If you were to expose the English-speaking baby, say, to Japanese, then s/he would favour the English one. That's about the rhythm that they're exposed to rather than the natural vs non-natural speech distinction.

  3. the main part of a language is not the sound system though. Babies who cannot hear learn the sign language in a very similar way to how hearing babies learn a natural language. This is what the musician + linguists miss

  4. It's like this! if someone says, I cannot sing, that means he's lying! we are all born singers, if someone can talk that means he's singing everyday, language is nothing but a bunch of sounds or phonology, where we are trying to tune those sounds with our emotions, what we call it as communications. just like the other animals do.

    But, this video is so bizarre and boring, its like this. I'm a human but realizing it after 50 years. whats so ever.

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