Learning different languages can be very beneficial. It can come to your rescue when you travel and help you make new friends but more than that, it can help you land a good job in a foreign country. Here are some languages that you can consider –

Chinese/Mandarin

It is hard to believe but there is not a single language in the world with more native speakers than Chinese. It is likely that China will become the world’s leading economy by 2050 and so knowing the language will definitely help you in more ways than one. Did you know that 982 million persons are native speakers, while altogether 1.1 billion people know the Chinese Mandarin dialect?

Japanese

It is one of the important languages currently due to Japan’s economic strength and influence. It is interest­ing to note that around 127 million speak Japanese natively and one more million use it to some extent. It may not be the easiest language to learn but if you do manage to learn it, it can become an important addi­tion in your CV. The best way to pick it up quickly is to surround yourself with friends who speak the language fluently.

French

When it comes to foreign languag­es, most students tend to go for French. This is because it used to be the primary language of diplo­matic discourse for centuries. It’s quite amazing that around 79 mil­lion people primarily speak French. If you are dreaming of a career in the beautiful city of Paris then you should definitely consider learning the language.

Spanish

If you love Spanish songs then you will be more than willing to learn this language that boasts of around 330 million native speak­ers. Spanish is one of the most widespread languages and is the primary language in more than 20 countries. If you are looking forward to living in Latin America in the near future then learning the language will most definitely help you get around and make friends more easily.

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