Importance of Language – Why Learning a Second Language is Important
By Leonardo De Valoes, Adjunct Faculty
Language affects the daily lives of members of any race, creed and region of the world. Words will help us express our feelings, desires and questions to the world around us. Words, gestures and tones are used in trade unions to express a wide range of emotions. A unique and diverse way that people can use to communicate in written words is the vast majority of using our innate ability to create constant communication with each other. Individuals from the rest of the animal world.
The importance of communication is often ignored. Despite the greatness of communication, misunderstandings and incorrect translation are common. It is arrogance to believe that people travel the world and everyone can understand their native language. To travel the world, both business and pleasure require motivation and motivation to adapt to new cultures and methods. It includes the ability to communicate with new people from different dialects, as well as adaptability. The impossibility of communication in the country is life with severe disabilities. If there is no way to communicate with each other, adapt to new people and work on it is very difficult and almost impossible.
Learning Chinese In addition, the ability to communicate in multiple languages is becoming increasingly important in the increasingly integrated global business community. Communicating directly with your new client or company in your own language is the first step in building sustainable and stable international business relationships. If you can do this, you can automatically place the miles of a multilingual person for work or the prestige of high-ranking competitors in front of your colleagues. Language is an important aspect for raising children for the success of future experts throughout the country, and in almost all Western schools, secondary schools need at least two years of foreign languages. Most organizations offer the opportunity to learn a foreign language earlier. In recent years, psychologists such as Agnes Kovacs have studied the mind and mental abilities of young bilingual children as compared to children of the same language. As the authors stated in the article by Yudhijeet Bhattacharjee of the New York Times, “Why bilingualism is smarter,” the authors say: needed mentally. ” In addition, taking into account the respect for foreign languages for parents, parents put their children a few miles ahead of future competitors.
The impact of multilingualism can revert to more fields. A doctor who can contact the patient in his or her own language is likely to succeed in the diagnosis. Even if his colleague did not understand it in his native language, scientists or engineers who can explain their conclusions and ideas to their colleagues can make the work quick and perfect. Any employment manager at any company in the world tells you that the ability to speak a foreign language is a valuable subject. Learning to communicate fluently in multiple languages enhances security and career opportunities in an uncertain economic era.
Promote multilingual education to prepare the children of our country for the next generation of entrepreneurs, doctors, scientists, engineers or the next generation of influential work that they have chosen. It is necessary to develop a culture from an early age. Because of this, I grow myself, children and children for growth, success, security and, ultimately, for prosperity.
Therefore, you need to create a warm and comfortable environment where children can grow and learn the complexity of the language. Communication skills that your child learns at an early age will form the basis of future communication skills. Strong language skills are assets that contribute to a life of effective communication.
I have always been interested in language. Over the past two decades I have traveled in more than 125 countries and published a series of books, Our Beautiful World, in cultures throughout the world. Our word is our most important part. I think it is important to learn other languages and other methods of communication. Because it helps to learn about other people and culture. But since the most important is one of the most basic parts of our identity, we can learn our native language. For example, if we lose our language, we can lose part of ourselves, if we can grow in a country that is not our country, a country that is not our home.