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.
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.
Al meu entendre, aprendre diversos idiomes és inevitable en aquest món modern en què vivim. Aprendre un segon idioma et pot obrir portes no només en el personal, també en la teva vida professional. Com va dir Frank Smith, "una llengua et col·loca en un passadís durant la vida. Dos idiomes t'obren totes les portes del camí ".
In my opinion, learning multiple languages is almost inevitable in the modern world. Learning a second language will introduce new opportunities not just in your personal but also in your professional life. As Frank Smith said, “One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way” and I totally agree with him.
Learning a second language is an invaluable skill that can pay off in so many different areas of life. Not only does your mind expand and become sharper on picking up other languages, or patterns in how you use your primary language, but knowing a second language opens doors for teaching, employment, and the wonderful world of travel. The question is, what is the best way to effectively learn ...