Why do you learn English?

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Learning English has many valuable benefits for both non-native speakers and native speakers.
The value of learning English for non-native speakers.

  • From an entertainment point of view, many of the World’s biggest blockbuster movies and books are in written or spoken in English. Understanding the language broadens your avenues of entertainment.

 

  • English is seen as the international language of business. Most companies around the world use English when communicating with other businesses in different countries. Many English as second language learners can gain better employment with higher salaries than non-English speakers. Specialists who learn English also have a greater chance of employment in various countries. For example, a medium level engineer in Thailand with no English will earn roughly $1,200 per month. Whereas Australia has a shortage of engineers, and a medium level engineer in Australia can earn $5,000-$8,000 per month. If the Thai individual learned English, they may have been able to work in Australia, if they so wanted.

 

  • Self-development benefits. Learning another language and culture enriches one’s personality. It allows a person to become more diverse and mature.

 

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  • Social benefits. Over 2 billion people in the world speak English. By learning English, you’re able to meet and create relationships with more people. 

 

  • The majority (over 50%) of the content on the internet is in English. By learning English, you have greater access to the knowledge and content available to us today via the internet.

 
Why to actively improve your English, if you’re a native speaker?
 

  • Career advancement. Achieving career elevation within most any industry demands high levels of competency in both written and spoken English. One of the most sought after soft-skills for management positions is that of communication. Actively improving your vocabulary, grammar, and use of the language could help you take the next step up in your career.

 

  • Language is life. Language is made to express and share the world around us. The more language we know, the more of life we are exposed to and can share with others.

Learning English has many valuable benefits for both non-native speakers and native speakers.
 
The value of learning English for non-native speakers.

  • From an entertainment point of view, many of the World’s biggest blockbuster movies and books are in written or spoken in English. Understanding the language broadens your avenues of entertainment.
  • English is seen as the international language of businessMost companies around the world use English when communicating with other businesses in different countries. Many English as second language learners can gain better employment with higher salaries than non-English speakers. Specialists who learn English also have a greater chance of employment in various countries. For example, a medium level engineer in Thailand with no English will earn roughly $1,200 per month. Whereas Australia has a shortage of engineers, and a medium level engineer in Australia can earn $5,000-$8,000 per month. If the Thai individual learned English, they may have been able to work in Australia, if they so wanted.
  • Self-development benefits. Learning another language and culture enriches one’s personality. It allows a person to become more diverse and mature.
  • Social benefits. Over 2 billion people in the world speak English. By learning English, you’re able to meet and create relationships with more people. 
  • The majority (over 50%) of the content on the internet is in EnglishBy learning English, you have greater access to the knowledge and content available to us today via the internet.

 
Why actively improve your English, if you’re a native speaker?

  • Career advancement. Achieving career elevation within most any industry demands high levels of competency in both written and spoken English. One of the most sought after soft-skills for management positions is that of communication. Actively improving your vocabulary, grammar, and use of the language could help you take the next step up in your career.
  • Language is life. Language is made to express and share the world around us. The more language we know, the more of life we are exposed to and can share with others.
  • You can become an awesome English teacher, working anywhere in the world and meeting interesting people from all countries and cultures.
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