Topics: Second language, Language, First language Pages: 2 (596 words) Published: February 8, 2013
1.I think it is important to set goals and go for them.From time to time, everyone experiences difficulty getting started on the path to success. Each of us has a unique set of strengths that help us, as well as challenges that hinder us on the way. Goal setting helps us separate our strengths from weaknesses and make realistic plans for improving our lives. In life, we will always be faced by challenges,how we chose to overcome them our choice, and we  have to make a very good choice. But one thing I know: we are never right all the time in making good choices. I’ve lacked motivation in recent years, but now I know that learning English is the most important thing in my life.  I’m studying English, not just for the sake of learning it,but just because I have to use it in my job and it’s useful when traveling. I really enjoy studying English. I hope to be able to speak it fluently. I know it’s a long journey, but I won’t give up. My challenge in 2013 is to make a lot of progress in my English study. I’ll spend more time on it. I have to work much harder. 2.Learning new languages is not just an opportunity to improve yourself career wise, or get yourself a nice job. Not even the cultural benefits are the extent of it.Being a polyglot is more of a mental exercise that can serve as a tool that will in turn make you more aware and comfortable into using your own language, forming thoughts into sentences and helps you express yourself more.Here are some benefits that are known to come along with learning a new foreign language; Improves the understanding of your own language.This is quite interesting phenomena. People that start studying second language, and the polyglots overall tend to make better sentence constructions in their own native language, and choose their words more aptly and suitably. when you hear a foreigner coming to YOUR country and speaking YOUR language, I’m sure it tickles your ego a bit. The same thing would happen if you would travel to another...
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