Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school than secondary school.Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?
As globalisation further embeds（“嵌入，根深蒂固”） itself into modern society, it has become even more necessary to be fluent in at least one other language. Initially, it became a fad （“时尚”）to start learning a second language from an early age. Personally, I espouse （“支持”）the notion that children should learn a foreign language from primary school.
Children at that age are normally in their heyday （“全盛期”，词汇地道多样）in terms of learning a foreign language. As they grow older, they are more likely to be hindered by （“受制于”） their mother tongue. As such （“同样地”，无痕迹类比）, individuals who are at a formative stage （“形成阶段”）of picking up a new language can turn their greater learning power to good account （“良好利用”，地道）. The benefits of this may be more likely to excel in regards to their pronunciation and enunciation, which can significantly boost their confidence in their future studies.
However, learning a foreign language from primary school does not always guarantee a better outcome as opposed to （“与…相反”）those who begin studying in secondary school. For instance, in some developing countries such as China, the number of qualified teachers is so limited that it made quality education impossible for all young students. The aftermath is that students may be misled by （“被误导”）their teachers and consequently become disengaged （“脱离的”）towards learning the language.
In conclusion, the new era should entail （“继承，留下”）that it becomes compulsory to learn a second language in primary school. To ensure students the optimal outcome will require a sufficient amount of qualified language teachers in primary schools. Only in this way can students have the best opportunity to learn the language, and become enthusiastic language learners （结尾倒装句强调论点）.