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Being multilingual is considered an invaluable skill for many reasons. It provides a competitive edge in your career of choice; makes international travel easier; connects you with more people around the globe; improves cognitive function; and helps in broadening your horizons.
Although learning to speak, read, and write in foreign tongue is always challenging, it doesn’t have to be an impossible task. Check out these tried and tested study methods you can employ when trying to become proficient in a foreign language.
Have you always wanted to learn a foreign language but find yourself giving excuses for not doing so? Well, you are not alone. Just like students struggle to do homework, many people struggle to learn new languages.
As we grow up from childhood to adulthood, all of us naturally pick up the language that is largely spoken around us viz. in the family or at school or even in the neighborhood.
The process of learning the language (or in some cases, languages) seems relatively effortless.
As the world is getting more globalized and multi-cultural, learning a second language is a very good way to expand your career opportunities and help you earn more. While majority of the people believe that some languages are tough and others are easy, there are also a few number of people who claim that there is no such thing as easy or difficult language and it is all a mind-set.
The most basic thing that is possible to know about any new language that you are willing to learn is the alphabet, since there might be some different letters depending on the language, as it’s the case withSpanish for the letter "ñ", which you probably have not seen before and you must learn it to incorporate it into your vocabulary.
When we want to study a new language, we usually have the need to buy a dictionary or to install a translation app. Although this an ideal option, we all know how cumbersome some translations are. But it seems that the end of manual translations is coming.
Wagner Moura is quite a skinny guy, he is not Colombian, and as recently as 2 years ago he didn’t know how to speak Spanish! Yes, you read correctly, Wagner Moura couldn´t speak Spanish before he started filming Narcos. In spite of this, Netflix still chose him to be Pablo Escobar. One day, he got a call from Netflix...
You have no time to study new languages. That’s nothing new. You want to learn a new language, but you work an 8-hour day, you´ve got shopping to do, and you still want time to hang out with your friends. Long story short, you don’t have time for language lessons. Don’t worry, nowadays, there are other ways to learn languages, even with a busy schedule. But first, you have to become a time-management expert . You have to adopt some habits right away, but the good thing is, they´re free...