Why is it so important to learn the foreign language nowadays? What impact has the learning process on our future career and life?



One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.

‒Frank Smith


First of all, it is important to say that people who begin language study in their adult lives can still achieve the same levels of fluency as a young learner.


Physiological studies have found that speaking two or more languages improves the functionality of your brain and memory.


Multilingual people are skilled at switching between two systems of speech, writing, and structure. According to a study this kind of skill makes them good multitaskers as they can easily work between different structures.


The language learning process makes you more aware of the language structures and the way it can be manipulated. Therefore, it is claimed that bilingual people are more confident and faster in making essential decisions.


Learning a foreign languages helps you to develop appropriate listening skills or other important learning strategies and being an effective communicator.


Knowing another language really gives you a better chance when applying for a job and makes more attractive to an employer.  Those who have the ability to speak the foreign language are more likely to be able to find a job with travel opportunities and chances to exchange with others.


A strong emphasis on lexis during the classes are the main steps to successful communication. As well as knowing the individual words, it is important that learners actively improve their own vocabulary and develop their speaking skills using collocations, everyday phrases and high frequency words.


Students who take an active approach to their own learning process are more likely to succeed and achieve the high level of the spoken language.