Learning Spanish – A New Way to Get Closer to the Community

Learning Spanish – A New Way to Get Closer to the Community
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    On this particular occasion, I would like to focus on the Spanish language, one that is not only beautiful but also functional on a daily basis.

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Introduction

One of the most beautiful things about learning in my personal opinion; it’s that everything revolves around self-improvement, which is especially the case with language learning because the process is long but rewarding when you see the final results.

All languages have their share of magic and things that make them unique like, for instance, the French language has a beautiful sound in its own romantic and seductive manner, and the emotion behind the Italian words is palpable in a very personal way.

Spanish

But on this particular occasion, I would like to focus on the Spanish language, one that is not only beautiful but also functional on a daily basis, which I’ll describe up next in this list:

  1. The Spanish language is spoken as a first or second language by more than 572 million people in the world, and it’s the official language in 21 countries!
  2. The Spanish language is spoken regularly by more than 24% of people in the United States of America. Don’t you think that it would be a nice improvement for your quality of life to be able to communicate differently with these people?
  3. Learning a second language is an excellent “Resume Booster” which will put you over other candidates in job interviews and closer to promotions that require bilingual skills.
  4. If you learn a second language with your partner, it can become your very own secret language in front of other people (you’ll thank me later when you need to dash away from a place without being rude)
  5. There are multiple tutoring programs and classes to learn Spanish out there, but most importantly, you can practice it in your daily life with your neighbors and friends, at the supermarket or in parties! And constant practice is a must for learning any language.

Conclusion

What I would recommend the most, is to make this a mission for you around your life and in your community, and the reason behind this is that most people that wish to learn a new language are afraid to do it by themselves, because the fear of failure is too much pressure.

So my suggestion is for you to share this article on social media, with your friends and get it out there! Maybe if you do this, you’ll find your Spanish learning partner or perhaps a whole class that wants to start this adventure with you!

other valuable tips:

Never forget that learning is entirely about self-improvement, not about achieving goals set by someone else. Every time you learn something new, you’re making a better person for yourself, and no matter how small the progress you’re making is, there will always be new ways to improve.

And in the long run, if you’re persistent with your learning and studying habits, you’ll get to a point where you will become the best version of yourself.

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