- Mabou Loiseau could speak eight languages at the age of eight years
- The child prodigy could speak English, Kreyol, Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin, American Sign Language and was learning Japanese
- At 13, Mabou Loiseau has added dancing, painting, and singing to her gifts
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At only 8 years old, Mabou Loiseau became a global sensation grabbing attention and making headlines for her rare ability to speak eight languages
The child prodigy could speak English, Kreyol, Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin, American Sign Language and was learning Japanese.
According to blackhistory.com, when Mabou was barely two years old, her mother noticed that she was speaking some words in French, but her mom didn't even speak French.
Her mom immediately began to realise that her daughter had been born with a rare talent.
Mabou’s mother started teaching her different languages, and would even hire nannies that spoke different languages.
However, learning languages was not her only talent. Mabou also had already learned to play a wide variety of instruments including the piano, the violin, the clarinet, the flute, the drums, the guitar and the harp.
And not only that, she began giving piano lessons. In addition, she was also studying and fully comprehending college-level algebra.
Currently 13 years old, Mabou Loiseau has added a few more talents to her list of gifts such as dancing, painting, and singing.
Mabou Loiseau is working tirelessly to become a lawyer, a brain surgeon and a singer.
In a related story, at age 2, Jeremiah Owura Addo exhibited exceptional qualities that affirmed he was too smart for a two-year-old.
The child prodigy made headlines in 2019 when a video of him displaying his unrivalled knowledge of the Bible and other topical matters surfaced on social media.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that two-year-old Jeremiah Owura Addo could recite all the names of the books in the Bible and even render many popular quotations effortlessly.
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