Autres langues

Développez vos compétences linguistiques et de communication en apprenant à parler, lire et écrire dans d'autres langues que l'anglais, comme l'espagnol, le chinois et le coréen. En regardant des vidéos de cours, vous comprendrez également les nuances culturelles, y compris les expressions faciales et le langage corporel, qui influencent les langues que vous apprenez.

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  • As native speaker of English, the world's most widely-spoken language, it's relatively easy to avoid learning other languages. If you live in America or another English-speaking country, you might be able to go about your daily life relying only on your native tongue. And even if you're traveling in a country that speaks a different language, English can often be enough to get by, since tourism and hospitality industries often cater to English speakers.

    But a failure to learn non-English languages risks missing out on some of life's most profound experiences: of being able to cross new borders, develop cultural understanding of new places, and make connections with new people. The ability to have richer experiences traveling abroad, or even live overseas, helps you to develop a global mindset that will continue to benefit you long after you return home.

    Skills in non-English languages also give you the opportunity to develop deeper connections within our own increasingly-diverse communities. According to the U.S. Census, there are 65 Americans who speak a language other than English at home. Being bilingual can help with everything from making friends to seeing local arts performances to conducting business.

    And, indeed, communications skills for business are another major way that learning non-English can pay off, so to speak. Whether you're working in fashion, finance, or publishing, skills in a second language can expand your market as well as the sources of information and inspiration that you can draw upon.