Keep Talking Clearly To Your Baby To Help Them Pick Up Words Faster
You can help your baby pick up your language by talking to them more frequently. Begin with elementary words and your interested baby might start mimicking you with eager excitement. Babies tend to watch your lip movements and the way words are formed and uttered. You can start with simple elementary words like, go, do, know, eyes, again, no, etc. and see the little one adapt to that. Infants have a habit of mirroring what the adults are doing, from spoken words to actions. You can use this to your advantage in order to teach your little child new words.
As you notice him start speaking or forming random babbling words, encourage him to speak some simple words which are easy to pronounce with little effort on mouth and brains both. Once the child picks it up correctly, applaud him with some reward in order to let him know that he is doing something right. This will increase his cognitive faculties and also encourage him to do more of it and pick up things faster.