Your Language Skills Will Take You Places

By: Mr. Xavier de Bastos

It is said that with 'every new language you learn, you live a new life.' If you consider that a bit stretched out, you will surely agree with a more practical approach to language learning- Your language skills will lend you an added privilege in your personal as well as work life.

On the personal front, you will be in an advantage position if you love to travel places, meet people and make friends. Imagine the appreciation and the overwhelming response from people when you communicate with them about their culture, tradition, work and lifestyle- all in their native language.

The effects of globalization have made the world a small place, there seems to be more reason to interact and communicate now on the business and job front. There are a number of jobs nowadays that require your language skills, like the job of an interpreter or translator for the private or Government sector, the Foreign Service and jobs in companies that have an international presence. You can also get the opportunity to work for international organizations like the UNICEF or the UN. There are also a number of institutions which teach foreign languages, thus require language teachers.

Studying a new language can do some wonderful things to you - language introduces you to a bigger, broader world with new experiences and opportunities. Encourages you to appreciate the relationship between language culture and the corresponding human nature, it helps you to respect other people and their cultures by breaking down the barriers of communication and contribute to literacy and cultural awareness. Your language skills also increases prospects for leisure activities like reading, traveling, watching foreign language films achieving national goals, such as national security or economic development. The knowledge of a new language renders a kind of confidence to your personality. Other than these a new language skill will let you impart knowledge and training to many native speakers who are in need of education but language became a barrier in their pursuit.

Languages are taught at colleges and universities, but a good way of learning a foreign language is by joining language schools like E.S.L ( http://www.esl-schools.org/en/ ). This school focuses on language and culture studies, through a comprehensive syllabus. You have the option of studying at any of the schools located in France or Switzerland. The school incorporates various modern and dynamic teaching methods along with stimulating activities to make language learning an exciting and enlightening experience. You can study English, Learn Italian, Learn French Lyon, or Learn German at E.S.L. Start adding more credits to your profile. The courses at ESL are designed to meet the specific needs of general adults, students, teenagers and juniors. There is a specific module of study for each category to assist an enjoyable study process. ESL also provides a wide range of holiday courses in breathtaking locales at France and Switzerland, like the Swiss Alps, on the CÃ?te d'Azur and enchanting lakes in Switzerland.

So if you are somebody who loves learning new languages and is fascinated by the resulting prospects, then one language is not enough for you. Go ahead and join a language school for a wonderful journey ahead.

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