Originally Posted by tambian89
Consider this: Children who start to learn a language before age 12 are more likely accept the language and will learn faster than if they were to start after age 12. If you learn an activity before age 12, and continue with it and practice it daily, you are more likely to become better than someone who starts after age 12. At a younger age, you are constantly learn, and therefore, your brain is more receptive. Kids at the young ages are so good because they still have time to learn a lot more. I learned this from a Muzzy Commercial. Next time you see a 4 year old with the ability to play Moby Dick; don't be discouraged - it's not your fault.
Pretty true. But not really. Its almost all about practice devotion and motivation. I use to practice about 1-2 hours a day. Now becuase i just started high school the hw has been piling on and im only able to get a half hour of practicing if im lucky.