When studying at school, we have to choose a different number of subjects.
Regardless of the topics you cover
there should be a foreign language between them and
your dean assures you that it is absolutely essential to learn it
So you sit there, slit your teeth into the many dictionaries and
workbooks with the only question on your mind
There are many reasons for learning a foreign language. First,
it is a well-known fact that by learning a new foreign language,
we are introduced to a new culture.
So this is a way to get smarter and
learn more interesting facts about other countries and societies.
This can be confusing if you are not interested in learning new cultures but still,
if you take a closer look at the problem,
you may find more reasons to do so. For example,
you travel abroad for a nice rest, let’s say Paris,
and you don’t even know a single word in French.
Don’t expect every French to know English.
You will definitely meet someone who is not familiar with it.
Next, just think about the possibilities for your career growth if you are a free foreign language user.
Some people make very good money when translating different English books,
articles and articles into their native language.
If your company is involved in international affairs,
you must at least know the basis of the partner’s language to find common ground with
your foreign co-workers. English is a universal language, there is no doubt about that.
Native speakers do not need to worry about misunderstanding at the airport,
but what to do if your mother tongue is say Chinese or Arabic, it is very difficult to learn.
But they betray their popular ways, learn English and visit foreign English
speaking countries to achieve success in their future businesses.
Learning a foreign language has become
a mandatory part of the school program and now we can see some miraculous results.
The foreign school child’s English essay may be more literate and
organized than the original speaker’s essay
As we can see, there are many advantages to learning a foreign language.
But don’t start learning it just because you need it,
it won’t work and you will be frustrated in no time.
Think carefully about the schedule and materials you’ll be using.
You may also want to choose a teacher who is among the best and most qualified to do this.
Communicating with a native speaker may be an added advantage and
visiting a foreign country will bring you not only practice but joy and pleasure.
But before doing all of the above,
you need to think about the language you will be learning
If you want to learn Icelandic with a passion and
know that there is no way to use it in practice,
what is the point of starting to study it
The easy question can be tricky so good luck in your future studies.