If you constantly put off learning a foreign language, Radislav Gandapas helped me to give you a few reasons why you should stop doing this.
The main reasons for starting to learn a foreign language:
A great chance to gain self-confidence. It is all about confidence at work and traveling, as well as about personal confidence.
Improving your intellectual level. According to a study conducted by specialists at York University in Toronto, people who studied the second language showed a much better result when passing the IQ test compared to those who do not speak a foreign language at all.
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Improving literacy in your native language. While learning a foreign language, you will have to remember about declensions, syntax, and much more issues. The tools listed above allow repeating and learning your native language. As a result, competent written and oral speech in the native language.
Competitive advantage in employment. Plenty of companies operate in global markets. All of them need people who speak several languages. Employees who speak a foreign language with an economic or technical background are especially valuable.
Multitasking. Learning foreign languages trains your multitasking. And it will come in handy in all areas of your life.
Memory improvement. There’s no need to explain anything here — everything is obvious.
What foreign languages do you speak, folks? Why did you decide to study them?
Evening, folks. I have just watched a new video by William Hackett-Jones aka Zanooda-in-chief from the YouTube channel Shakespeare is in tears.
Today William has told his audience about a synopsis. A synopsis is a 500-600 words summary of any film`s plot. In this video, you will find out what synopsis is and why you might need it.
No more words. Please, enjoy the video (in Russian):-)
By the way, I have recently mentioned this great channel in my blog.
Take care, friends! Have a nice weekend!
Friends, meet Justin. Perhaps you have already subscribed to his YouTube. Justin is a native English speaker from North America. Now he lives and teaches English in St. Petersburg, Russia.
There are a lot of interesting videos on English on Justin’s channel from the point of view of a native speaker.
Justin explains the main mistakes in learning English and how to avoid them. You will also find a lot of interesting info about North American slang, idioms, synonyms, customs, and much other useful info.
Here are some interesting videos:
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Friends, let me recommend you a very interesting YouTube channel — Shakespeare in tears. The channel was created by William Hackett-Jones , who has been living in St. Petersburg for 15 years. The channel is very interesting and informative for all true fans of the English language.
On Shakespeare in tears YouTube channel William reviews movie trailer translations, explains the culture of native English speakers, and talks about the translation process. If you are interested in translation or just in English, then you just need to subscribe to Shakespeare in tears channel.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – movie trailer translation overview:
Knives Out — movie trailer translation overview:
Joker — movie trailer translation overview:
Frozen II — movie trailer translation overview:
I also recommend that you watch a very thought-provoking interview with William on Dmitry Puchkov’s (Goblin) YouTube channel. I guarantee that you will learn a lot about the English language and its features from this interview:
Hope this post will help you to enjoy studying English more-) See you soon!