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8. English is the language of the media industry

Because of the prominence of Hollywood in global media, an enormous amount of films, TV shows and popular songs are written in English. If you speak English, you won't need to rely on translations and subtitles anymore to enjoy your favourite books, songs, films and TV shows.


9. English can make you ‘smarter’

Learning a foreign language enhances your cognitive and analytical abilities. Learning a new language can be difficult and it involves a lot of mental exercises. Research from a 2012 Swiss Study shows that learning a new language changes the brain structures, impacting the parts of the brain responsible for memory, conscious thought and it can make you more creative. In the long term, bilingualism can keep the brain strong and healthy into old age and supports concentration and memory skills. On an individual level, it improves personality and increases sense of self-worth. In simple words, learning a foreign language makes the brain stronger and more versatile.


10. The global workforce speaks English.

Over the past few decades, English speakers have become increasingly important in the business world. A large number of the world’s top companies are based in English-speaking countries, and many of these companies require their employees to have a good level of English to be considered for a job. In addition, several multinational companies have employees from all over the world, and English is often used as the common language among these employees. As a result, having strong English language skills is essential for anyone looking to succeed in the business world.


11. English gives you access to multiple cultures

Good knowledge of English will allow you to access films, music and literature from hundreds of countries around the globe. Not to mention the fact that numerous books from across the world are translated into English. Few experiences will make you grow as a person more than learning the values, habits and way of life in a culture that is different from yours.

Learning English is not only useful, but it also gives a lot of satisfaction and making progress will make you feel great. The language skills can be incredibly beneficial for your personal and professional life.