So you’re learning a new language?
There are numerous ways that learning a new language can benefit you. From helping to prevent Alzheimer’s disease to amazing intercultural experiences.
The world we live in today demands quick results, so you’re going to want to learn a new language fast.
But let’s be real here – it takes a lot of time, effort and practice to become fluent in another language.
Still, there are some methods you can use to accelerate the process.
Psycholinguist Frank Smith once famously said:
“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.”
This quote remains true even today. And within a competitive and globalised business environment, it couldn’t be more relevant.
Companies and business owners are increasingly fond of polyglots who add great, direct value to their businesses.
In this article, you will find languages which already do, or will in the near future, play a vital role on the international business & trading scene.
Sharpening your mind.
Boosting your self confidence.
Opening you up to new cultures and even finding your soulmate.
The benefits of learning a foreign language are far reaching and can have bigger consequences than you might think
Let’s explore the incredible ways in which learning another language can change your life.
Duolingo, Babbel, Memrise – there are almost as many language learning apps out there as there are languages themselves.
However, these slick applications aren’t the only way to learn a language with your mobile phone. There are dozens of non-language learning applications which can help you learn your target language as well as assimilate the culture of its native speakers.
This article is a list of nine of my favorites – some of which you’ve definitely never heard of.
Difficult people can be hard to deal with sometimes.
And it’s even harder when you’re speaking in a foreign language.
Here are 5 ways to make sure they don’t destroy your dreams of reaching fluency.