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English

 

One of the most commonly spoken languages in the world, speaking English unlocks the world for you. Many countries around the world speak english as their official language, and countless others use the language for study, live, work and communicate around the world. You can approach your study of the language through one of these three different angles: 

For Life

 

Are you planning to use English in your daily life? You will want a very all-inclusive, diverse knowledge of the language so you can converse with any other English speakers around the world. This will help you to understand everything from news reports to old Shakespeare sonnets to casual conversations. Confidence is the key in this learning method and the goal is to have you able to easily follow the flow of a native English speaker’s conversation and add your own remarks without feeling like you are missing anything. 

 

For Businesses

 

Using a widely international language like English is a great benefit for the modern day businesses that want to spread their reach all over the world. If you are looking to move up in your career or add a very sought-after skill to your resume, this is precisely the type of study you need to take part in. A study done by English First shows a connection between a country’s export and the population’s ability to speak English, further illustrating the relationship between English and the world of international business. 

 

For Travelers

 

Touring and traveling the world is an appealing thought for nearly everyone and it can become a realistic goal when you understand one of the world’s most widely spoken languages! You’ll be able to confidently go to countries all around the globe without worrying about getting into situations where you don’t understand what’s going on. If you really want to explore the culture around you and understand the places you plan to visit, there is no better way than by learning the language that will be used most commonly around you.