It's hard to say why, but it's just intuitively true: Music is good for you. It can calm your spirit, help you vent, and soundtrack your aerobics class. It can even be used to hack your memory. But there's one surprising yet well-documented effect that really threw us for a loop. Music lessons are very good for language comprehension — and they might even be better than reading lessons.
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Written by Reuben Westmaas August 20, 2018
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