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Reasons to learn a new language
1. Gain more security
Your security will increase: you will make new friends, you will understand the movies without the subtitles and you can even help the tourists asking for directions. And so, compliments, admiration and occasional applause will be a pleasant side effect of learning a new language.

2. Stay healthy and fit
It may seem a little strange, but it will help you stay healthy and fit. This is because, when the brain assimilates a new terminology and a complicated grammar, it strengthens: memory increases and better results are obtained in tests and examinations. Furthermore, a study by the University of London found that people who speak two or more languages ​​are less prone to age-related diseases, such as Alzheimer's, than their peers.
Have you seen? You can stay healthy not only by practicing sports, but also by "training" your brain!

3. Traveling is more fun
Holidays change. In fact, it becomes possible to travel outside the traditional tourist circuits that mix with the locals, avoiding the usual hotels and tourist villages. Of course, this can be a source of anxiety and fear, but do not worry because as soon as you approach and try to communicate with the locals, you will immediately realize how open and friendly, and you will immediately reassure. In this way, you will experience much more interesting and exciting travel experiences.

4. Make better decisions
A University of Chicago study found that learning a foreign language helps you decide better and faster. Bilingual people are more able to make decisions; and this would depend on the fact that they have more self-confidence and think things in both languages ​​before taking a final resolution. A second language could therefore help to simplify the small and big life choices, making them more open and willing to take risks.

5. Speaking a foreign language is sexy!
British marriage agencies have discovered that having a foreign accent makes sexier! So if you want to impress the foreign guy for whom you had a crush, try to speak his language without fear of your accent!

6. Finding new friends
By attending a language course abroad, you have the opportunity to meet new people from all over the world and often to establish friendships that will remain even after returning home, thanks to social media and visiting each other's countries of origin. This opportunity is always valid also for those who study a language in their country of origin.

7. Live, work and study abroad
You can go to live, work and study abroad. Have you, for example, ever dreamed of living in a beautiful South Sea island? Would you like to go to study at an European university? Well, knowledge of languages ​​can open the door to these destinations. And along the way you might even come across the partner or job of your dreams

8. Give a boost to your career
Nowadays if you want to find a good job or plan to embark on an important career, you need to speak at least two languages. In a globalized world, most companies are increasingly operating internationally and require their employees to have extensive language skills to be able to communicate with people from all over the world. In addition, a survey among UK companies has shown that employees with excellent language skills often have higher salaries than others. So speaking a foreign language is one of the ways to success in work.

9. Experience new cultures
Studying languages ​​means not only memorizing words and learning grammar, but also knowing the culture of the country where the language is spoken, learning how local people live, how they think and what their traditions are. This is very useful if you decide to look for your way abroad, but also to better understand your counterpart, if you want to establish business relations over the border. A new language can really open your horizons.

10. To become open and tolerant
You will understand others and you will see the world with different eyes. We are all conditioned by the culture in which we live, behaving accordingly. And so by analyzing your behavior and comparing it with that of others, you might question the way you think and do in your country, and become more tolerant and open to others.

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