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Why Learn A Language

Learning another language opens new doors in life. With the world becoming a single global entity, it is a great value-add to your resume as the the market scope of a foreign language is infinite. With Indian companies emerging as global players and Indian market being eyed by multinational companies, it offers you stupendous job opportunities. Not only this, foreign languages are also important to small/large scale business comprising of communication with cross-cultural clients. Even if your potential clientele speak English, there isn't a better way to understand their needs and cultural desires than to learn their language. It helps make a great first impression, and it shows that you are willing to go above and beyond to maintain the relationship. In many cultures, attempting to speak the language is viewed as a sign of respect and has the potential to strengthen the professional ties. Knowledge of foreign languages can eventually increase your chances of finding a new job, getting a promotion or a transfer overseas, or getting a foreign assignment at work.

Some of the industries currently showing high demand of foreign language experts are BPOs / KPOs/ IT/ ITES, Tourism, Interpretation & Translation services across all industries, Export & Import Houses, Education & Learning, Small / Large scale businesses involving international dealing, Public Relations, Indian National Associations (RBI, Ministry of External Affairs etc), International Organizations - UNICEF, WHO, UN etc.,Research Organizations

Did you know that learning a second language has multiple personal development benefits as well!!

A 1991 study published in the journal "Language Learning," found that those who learn a second language become better problem-solvers and are more creative than unilingual individuals. By offering stimulation to your mind, like a young child grappling with language for the very first time, you find yourself lusting for knowledge and oozing curiosity at every turn!! According to research, children enrolled in foreign language courses demonstrate stronger cognitive skills, particularly in the area of creativity.

Guess what, you might want to learn a language for the fun element attached to it!!! You might eventually start looking at it as a hobby, something you can enjoy, as it is an opportunity to encounter words with nasal resonances and tongue rolling, features not present in most English conversations!

Emigration is yet another reason for which people all over the world learn languages.When you move to a different country or region, learning the local language will help you to communicate and integrate with the local community.

Learning a language also plays a vital role in relationships within family and friends.If your partner, in-laws, relatives or friends speak a different language, learning that language will help you to communicate with them, and eventually connect better with them, simply by giving you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking!!

Missionaries and religious minded individuals learn languages in order to spread their message. In fact, missionaries have played a major role in documenting languages and devising writing systems for many of them. Others learn the language(s) in which the scriptures/holy books of their religion were originally written to gain a better understanding of them. For example, Christians might learn Hebrew, Aramaic and Biblical Greek; Muslims might learn Classical Arabic, and Buddhists might learn Sanskrit.

For travel-freaks, learning a foregn langauge can do wonders, by adding the cherry on the cake to that much awaited trip abroad!Just imagine you being able to interact with the natives in their language as a tourist..If you truly want to explore a place, the best way is to interact with the natives..even simple things like asking for directions, restaurents, ordering food,buying tickets in their native language can make you enjoy the place more, by adding a new dimension to your tip.Try it anytime!!!

For all those who are planning to study at a foreign university, college or school, you'll need a good knowledge of the local language.

As bilingual individuals, you have access to new movies, music, literature and other forms of communication. Exposure to another culture, ways of thinking and new friends accentuates your development as individuals as you tend to approach the world with a more open mind, form new relationships and increases your ability to successfully maneuver in an interconnected world. In nutshell, you become a well-rounded GLOBAL CITIZEN by having the ability to better understand humanity!

Moreover, if you're a bit of a linguaphile / glossophile / linguaholic (someone who is fascinated by languages and enjoys learning them), then one language is never enough!

Most people in the world are multilingual, and everybody could be; no one is rigorously excluded from another's language community except through lack of time and effort. Different languages protect and nourish the growth of different cultures, where different pathways of human knowledge can be discovered. They certainly make life richer for those who know more than one of them.

If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head.

If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.

(Nelson Mandela)

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