There is so much joy in reaching the term communication. Although there are many ways to reach communication through social medias, signs and others but the most effective is through Language. Speaking your language is not something one should be ashamed of. There are cases by which people are not interested in their own native language, then goes out to learner foreign languages because theirs is not recognized. There are many people like that who don't care about learning their language. Learning foreign languages is not bad, but yours has to be first. Take for instance, you're a South African residing in France, another man's land speaking their language French.
It has been going on for over 10 years and one day, you met someone speaking to you, but you noticed a Zulu accent in his speech, you would be happy, you can even go further in speaking Zulu. That's the basis of language, but if you're one who doesn't know your language, shame can come anytime. Maybe you go for an interview, and you're asked of your nationality, you replied.
What if he goes on asking you to speak your language? You won't be able to do that, you have failed your family and your nation. How will you feel?
The signs we do, Braille alphabets, dramas, miming and other form of non-verbal communication, all of them are extremely limited, and they depend on language.
You're brilliant? Yes. How can you partake in cognitive behaviors without language? Language is not only heard from the mouth, the thoughts too has a language. Language is a bridge to communication.
The words in the dictionary were formed by people structuring it to a language. Knowing multiple languages is a significant thing one must do. Experiencing plays, concerts or local events only offered in their language so to accomplish that, you must learn multiple languages. Let’s say that you were alone in that country, and you didn’t speak their language. Unfortunately, you would be getting a thoroughly different experience than someone who did. In effect, you’d be missing out on having a true experience of what that country’s culture is like.
Learning multiple languages can open more doors for you, it can make you soar higher. For instance, if you’re helping your company reach more people and bring in more business as a result of good communication, I can almost guarantee that when the time for a performance review comes, you would have a higher chance of getting a promotion than let’s say, someone's at your job who only speaks one language but does the same job as you.
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