Why Learn Languages

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Why learn languages? Why would anyone want to learn another language? Obviously there are a lot of reasons, and if the question on your mind, then you probably have a desire or need for a language to learn from itself.
 The answer is often different for people. Imagine 10 random people who are learning a different language and probably 7 or 8 different reasons, and 5 or 6 different languages. Every answer is valid.
Any reason is, for the right reason for that person and any language is the language correctly. There is no wrong answer to the question ‘why learn a language?’ and there is no wrong language to learn. The ability to learn another language is not by the economic environment, ethnicity, national origin, gender, race, religion, age or quality that you (or found) in the school have limited. While everyone is different, and we all have differing abilities and strengths, we all have language ability to some degree. Perhaps we are all not become a language other novelists or big speakers in a, but we all have the ability to learn and communicate in other languages. There is no danger of learning ‘too much. You can not fill your head with a language, and there is no danger of losing the knowledge of the languages you already know. In fact, learning a foreign language (or more than one) improves memory, math skills, analytical skills, problem solving and increases critical thinking and creativity. In addition, and in particular the learning of a foreign language actually enhances our reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in English. Languages don’t just pop up out of nowhere, they evolve from other languages and change over time. Many of the most widely spoken languages are related and share a few words, and even if they are not, languages are always borrowed words from each other. English is full of words from many other languages. Learn a different language, provides not only new knowledge but also expands your current knowledge of the English language and gives you a whole new way of understanding the. Furthermore, you begin to learn how to learn languages, making it easier to learn other languages and understand how language and communication works in general. Other languages are not just a word for word translation of English, but an interpretation of events and opinions from a different perspective. So, why learn languages? Ok, so there are some benefits. Can learn a language in their benefits? In a word – Yes. I’m sure if you look around and evaluate your life you will see lots of opportunities to use different languages.
We are all people who use other languages, or options that may surround themselves benefit from the use of other languages. The possibilities are there if you look for them. You may have relatives who live in Japan, or if you travel to China. Perhaps you have a life-long desire to see Italy or you are planning a vacation in Argentina, or retirement in Costa Rica. They are all good reasons for language learning.  Learning for travel is one of the most common reasons to learn a language.
There are opportunities to travel more today than we ever before, and they are probably in the 21 Century global village increase. Many people learn a language to connect with their roots. You can still relatives living in the old country, or you may simply want to define a little. Learning the language of our ancestors can help bring us into better contact with ourselves and open up a whole new understanding of ourselves and how we got to be who and where we are. Do you have a new member of the family by marriage? Learning a new language of your little family get closer to both families. Or maybe you’re looking for love yourself. Think of the possibilities when you learn a different language.  The increase in possible social contacts is tremendous when you add a whole new way to communicate. This is true for love, friendship, l, d Business Travel.
Learning a language for business is a very common reason.
Business opportunities that have arisen in recent decades, there have almost essential for an entrepreneur, language skills. English may be spoken by many people and it is the language of the internet, but in order to really cultivate business relationships and get ahead in the business world, language skills are a must. There is a wide range of areas, where language skills is a big advantage. It broadens our job skills and career options. The reasons for students to learn the languages are varied, and not only because you need to get a degree or degrees. Obviously, improving English skills and overall communication skills are both valuable to students. Improved memory management, creativity, problem solving and analytical skills are also of great importance for a student. Studies show that bilinguals routinely outperform monolinguals in all areas of testing. Scores for SAT and other tests are shown to be higher for students of foreign language, and the longer the study of foreign languages is the highest average test result. Having second language skills also makes a student more competitive in the job market. Learning a language is not just for some new concepts, grammar, vocabulary and learn about different sounds. It gives insights into other cultures. Create a positive attitude towards people who are culturally different and gives us a better understanding of what it means to be an immigrant.  Accomplishing this life skill will give you increased prestige in your own culture and a markedly increased status in other cultures. It necessary skills to become a citizen of the world. Ultimately, learning other languages gives us a better understanding of our own language and our own culture, and a new viewpoint to look at the world in which we live and define our place in it. One of my favorite quotes on the language of Ambrose Bierce: Bella Donna, n.
In Italian a beautiful lady; in English a deadly poison.
A striking example of the essential identity of the two languages. It’s meant to be funny and it reminds us that languages really are different, but it makes me laugh every time I read it. This, to me, reminds me why I learn languages, such as. It’s fun! The inner workings of each language are full of little nuggets that are downright enjoyable to learn. Why learn languages? There are many reasons above belong to me, but my answer is very simple – because I like.

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