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Old 05-19-17, 09:46 PM
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Re: Question about ADD and bilingualism

I find in general that languages are significantly easier for me than they are for most NT people. This makes me think that ADHD's only role here is its impact on one's general ability to study, and that it doesn't necessarily affect language at all.

However, maybe ADHD has a variable effect where some of us have language problems and others not, depending on [something, I don't know what].

Also, my language usage can sometimes be stilted in a way similar to those with Asperger's. So... Who knows.
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