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Have you ever had a hard time explaining where you want to go when you go overseas? Were the locals able to help you find your way? How about when you ordered your breakfast? How did you tell the waitress that there’s something in the dish you chose that you want to eliminate because you’re allergic to it? Travelling these days has already become a culture and people want to share their adventures online. It’s even a way of life for some because you can actually earn a living out of it. It does sound unbelievable but it’s also a dream come true.
Travelling isn’t only the reason why learning languages is really important. Companies hire employees just about everywhere in the world because of their skills and exemplary performance. Just imagine being relocated to a country where there’s barely anyone who can speak Amharic? Or you don’t speak Amharic at all and everyone does. How can you even interact with your colleagues and be effective at work? Some professions in the education, hospitality and medical fields even have to take up language certifications just so they can work and live in other countries. It’s that tedious, but it’s the only way to go.
How many times have you wished that you can just understand what you're watching without reading the subtitles? How often do you end up guessing how to cook a packet of instant noodles or canned food that you bought from your favorite foreign grocery store? Wouldn’t it be more convenient to learn the language of the country whose food, movies and TV series are your favorites? Think about it. Who knows? You might just have enough budget later on to go on a trip there so learning their language is going to be such a lifesaver.
At this time when the world is already a global village, it is essential for us to widen our horizon and keep ourselves abreast with the trends everywhere. Learning a language is one of the things that you have to open yourselves up to so we can fit in and belong. In the past, we could only learn language in schools, but as the need arose, there are already many ways to learn them. We don’t have to be in Europe to learn European languages, or in Asia to learn to speak and write one or two languages prevalent there.
We’ve broken the barriers of learning languages in many ways just so everyone has a chance to be familiar or fluent with it. In some cases, we don’t have to travel, work or be a fan to learn a language. Sometimes, we just want to connect with people in another country and be friends with them because we share the same interests and passions. The internet has paved the way in building lasting relationships online without physically meeting people. It’s enough that we get to share our ideas and aspirations in a common language to make that connection beyond meaningful.
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