2019-03-25 03:21

How to learn a foreign language quickly

Why it is important to learn a foreign language?

Let me start by stating a few of the many importance of learning a foreigm language. Ah! That is the answer to that question that stand boldly there. Ok lets start.

First, dealing with another culture enables people to gain a more profound understanding of their own culture. Creativity is increased with the study of foreign languages. ... Foreign languages provide a competitive edge in career choices: one is able to communicate in a second language.

Do you know that a foreign language can earn you a job?

In the global economy, one of the most valuable traits an employee can possess is the ability to speak a second or multiple languages. Knowing an additional language like Spanish, French or Mandarin, for example, illustrates to an employer the value you bring as an employee and a person. Here are few reasons why speaking a foreign language can help you in your career.

1. When creating your resume, you want to showcase yourself as the most appealing candidate you can be; referencing a second language is a great way to do that. Potential employers realize bilingual employees are at a premium in the marketplace and having these skills can make you an attractive candidate, particularly in the retail and manufacturing industries where knowing Spanish, for example, is invaluable.

2.The competition for jobs can be intense, and it’s critical to find ways to differentiate yourself from other applicants. If you are in a pool with 10 other corporate recruiters and your collective skills are similar, knowing a foreign language can be the unique talent that gets you that coveted first interview.

3. Relationship Building Being able to speak a second or third language transcends spoken dialogue. The skill enables you to relate to different cultural groups in a more personal manor. Speaking to someone in his or her own language helps break down barriers and allows everyone to feel more comfortable and confident. This type of dialogue and relationship building is crucial in any business setting. When you are interacting with clients, vendors, and colleagues, knowing their language, even if they also speak English, can elevate the professional relationship. This can lead to more sales, better service and stronger interactions with colleagues.

Lets now look at how learning a foriegn language can be made eassier and faster

Are you curious to find out how you can learn a new language quickly, without spending money for classes, employing a language tutor or language learning software? Here are the secrets or shortcuts -- you must commit to your new language, be willing to work hard and not be afraid to make mistakes. Practice the following 3 steps, start with step 1.

Step:1/3. Connect with a native speaker.

Go out there and put whatever little you learned into practice. Speaking with a real, live person will help you to feel much more motivated about learning the language than staring at a book or computer screen. Try to find people or colleagues who speaks the language you wish to learn and who'd be willing to sit down with you and help you practice. Alternatively, you could try advertising your desire to learn the language in local online forums to find someone who would like to help you or participate in a language exchange. If you can't find anyone who speaks your language nearby, try to connect with someone on social networks like facebook. People in foreign countries are often willing to exchange half an hour of speaking in their native tongue for half an hour of speaking in English.

Step: 2/3. Frequently Study your new language.

Some People studied a language "for five years" and still not be fluent. But when they say five years, they probably mean that they studied the language for only a couple of hours a week over that entire time period. Let's get one thing clear -- if you want to learn a new language quickly -- that is, in the space of a few weeks or months -- you're going to have to commit to studying the language for a couple of hours per day. Try to make your new language your hobby and become fond of some interesting words or sentences. Language learning is based on repetition -- hammering something into your brain over and over again until you remember it. If you break too long between study sessions, you are much more prone to forget what you learned last time and you will waste valuable study time going back over what you've already learned. You can cut down on this wasted time by studying every day. There are no miraculous short cuts when it comes to language learning -- you just need be positive and committed.

Step:3/3. Use a dictionary at all times.

Carrying you new language dictionary with you will save you a lot of time and frustration, so invest in one as soon as possible! It can be an actual, physical dictionary, or a dictionary app on your phone(more effective) You just need to be able to consult it quickly whenever you need a word. Carrying a dictionary will allow you to find the necessary word at a moments notice. This is especially important when you are having a conversation with a native speaker and don't wish to disrupt the flow of conversation by not being able to remember a word. In addition, looking up the word and using it immediately in a sentence will help you to commit the word to memory. You can also peruse the dictionary at random moments throughout the day. When you're waiting in line at the grocery store, when you're on a coffee break at work, or sitting in traffic. You could learn an extra 20 or 30 words a day this way!

Effectively and carefully applying the above steps will walk you successfully through the hills and valleys of your new language.

Just keep coming back and we'll supply you with further steps to help you be more effective and fluent in your new language.

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