First of all, you don’t have to! You really don’t. It doesn’t matter what your parents, teachers, friends or other people say. You decide. And believe me, no one has never learned anything by force. It’s not that easy.
So our starting point is that you can decide for yourself whether you want to learn English or not. So let’s look at the potential benefits.
More and more possibilities
Much of the world’s communication takes place in English.
In English-speaking countries, internal communication is in English. For example, in the US, you can expect a lot of people to speak English.
In most other parts of the world, English is used as bridging language, when communicating with someone from another country. Suppose you are German and your customer is Italian. They would of course communicate in English.
In conclusion, we can say that if you speak English well, you can use it to communicate with people from all over the world. This opens the door to many great possibilities:
1) You can gain more knowledge. Speaking good English opens up an incredible amount of resources: books, courses and of course a large part of the World Wide Web.
2) You can get a better job if you know English. Many positions require dealing with customers, service providers or colleagues from other countries.
3) You get along better abroad. You can speak confidently and get your message across clearly instead of hesitating and stammering.
4) You can meet many new people from all over the world. Do it while you travel or even from home over the internet. The bottom line is that you simply have a lot more options. These can help you in life.
As with anything, it’s about learning and practicing, making mistakes and picking yourself back up. It takes time and money, but most of all it takes willpower.
However, it doesn’t have to be backbreaking. Not if you do it right and step by step.
Let’s take a look: English is a language that people use to communicate ideas. It consists of two main parts: words and the rules people use when combining words. These rules are called grammar. So that’s what you should focus on: building your vocabulary and establishing your grammar. The first is more basic, so start with that.
And remember, the harder it seems, the more fun it is when you reach your goal!
Thanks to Ola Zur | #Learn #English