According to findings derived from functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the area of the brain in which a second

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According to findings derived from functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the area of the brain in which a second or third language is stored depends on the age of the language learner; whereas each language occupies a distinct area of the brain in an adult learner, language areas overlap in a young child.

(A) whereas each language occupies a distinct area of the brain in an adult learner,

(B) whereas for adults each language occupies a distinct area of the brain and

(C) each language occupies a distinct area of the brain when they are learned by an adult, while

(D) each language in adults occupied a distinct area of the brain, while

(E) each language occupying a distinct area of the brain for an adult learner, and


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