If you were asked what is the most special thing in your life, without which you are absolutely useless, what would be your answer? Can’t survive without money, a mobile phone, or ice cream? Whatever the answer, let’s imagine a scenario-
Imagine you entered a world where you had no way to express your feelings or thoughts! You are suffering a lot, but you don’t realize it. You are very happy, but there is no way to tell!
Now coming to the second scenario with which we are very familiar –
While watching a nice movie or a drama or a song whose language we are not familiar with, we never think to turn our gaze to the subtitles and screen view – “Esh! I can learn the language there! How nice!” “It’s hard to find people like that.
Whether it is to relieve the annoyance of small subtitles or to express the big cloud of emotions that arise in the mind, not a single moment can be imagined without language. Today’s story will be about our daily essential auxiliary language and the different ways to learn it.
How did the language come about?
Not one or two, not one or two hundred, there are about six and a half thousand languages in the whole world. But when and how is this language special? There is no end to the debate on this. We can assume that the cave paintings of about 40 thousand years ago are the means of expression of the people of that time. But the language was actually created before! Most linguists are reluctant to talk about the origin or origin of language because they believe that any conclusion about the origin of language is entirely speculative!
Learning about language has been possible since the introduction of writing about 6,000 years ago. And that day the discovery of the script!
But the interesting thing is that languages come from one language group or another. Although the number of these language groups is not small. Example: the Bengali language comes from the Indo-European language group. Other members of this language family include Hindi, Urdu, English, Persian, German, etc. That means, despite the differences between these languages, their roots are the same!
Why learn the language?
History is known. But there are many languages, the question may arise which language to learn and why? Usually, every country has a language other than its mother tongue. With which we are more or less familiar from childhood. But beyond that, which language to learn is entirely up to the individual. For example, many people express interest in learning Korean or Turkish by watching Korean or Turkish dramas.
Let’s see why learning a language is special –
1. Skill Enhancement:
Research shows that multilingual people understand other people’s points of view relatively better. As a result, they are more adept at communication. Besides, being able to speak their language with someone is a great gift! Knowing a language is becoming a member of that community. Learning a language is second to none when it comes to building rapport or communication with a large number of people!
Not only communication skills, but research also says that people who know more languages have better problem-solving skills, creativity, and multi-tasking ability. In addition, they accept new challenges and think independently and positively.
2. Bridging culture:
Language is the main vehicle of culture. Knowing a language means having a clear understanding of that culture, its people, its lifestyle, traditions, art, literature, etc. In the first example I gave, there is a big difference between watching a movie with subtitles and knowing the language and then watching it. This is. ,
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3. Increase brain function
Research shows that learning a new language increases the size of the brain’s cerebral cortex and hippocampus regions. It’s like building muscle strength through exercise. Also, the rate of memory-related diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s is reduced. There are also problems with attention span, decision-making, and listening skills.
4. Be unique:
From traveling abroad to doing business – learning different languages makes one unbeatable in this age of globalization. They are also highly valued in the job market. A candidate’s coordination and communication skills are usually given utmost special in recruitment. Also, as I said earlier, solving problems as well as facing various challenges takes the candidate a step ahead. Bilingual candidates in the US more than doubled between 2010 and 2015.
It is possible to learn languages but also work as a freelancer! Various tasks often require translators, transcribers, and even mediators from one language to another. Language skills can be easily used in this.
Also, many languages are on the verge of extinction. If you learn that language, the work of protecting the language is also done.
How to start?
1. Goal Setting:
It is special to determine why I am learning the language. Learning is much easier if you have personal goals and interests. In many cases, interest is lost, so setting small goals and planning ahead for learning yields better results.
2. Getting rid of shame or hesitation:
Many avoid the learning process for fear of what they will say. Doubts like who will say what, and why, should be removed first.
3. Allowing mistakes to happen:
It is normal to make mistakes at the beginning of any work. From grammar to pronunciation, it’s impossible to be perfect all at once. In many cases these mistakes are frustrating. Remember that making mistakes is a step towards learning. You’re making mistakes, you’re learning. So never be afraid to make mistakes. By correcting mistakes you can learn your favorite language.
4. Listen more:
When young children learn to speak, they cannot distinguish between right and wrong at first. But still, he learns the language very quickly because he is constantly listening to the language around him.
That’s why listening is so special. You should listen more to songs, movies, documentaries, etc. of the language you want to learn. It gives a clear idea about the speaking pattern and pronunciation. Apart from this, one’s own mistakes can also be corrected.
There is no perfection without its touch. K Escort ‘Spec’ Balta Gang Garg Balta Gang Gag The habit of talking to friends is lost very quickly in the language. This practice is called ‘post-study. If it is available at all, you can practice saying abaka abaka ayana ayana dikhao bolta. who
6. Increase vocabulary:
Many times it becomes difficult to form sentences due to not knowing the right words. The way out of this problem is to increase the vocabulary. Vocabulary can be increased by reading books, magazines, or watching movies.
7. Internet Access:
These days, various sites to various apps are playing a very special role in language learning. Speaking practice, writing, error correction, or vocabulary are all available with one click. Puzzles or gaming are provided to make learning more fun. It is possible to acquire language knowledge using them if desired. Some popular media are Duolingo, Memorise, Basu, etc.
Practice practice and practice. It is not easy to master. So there is language. This requires regular practice. It makes learning easy and fast. To be honest, learning a language without practice is almost impossible. The more you practice, the easier it will be to get the desired results.
Everyone knows, so what is the delay? Lost in love with language.