Bilingual People Operates Differently With Single Language Speakers

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The brain of bilingual people operates differently than single language speakers. As stated by Chancellor Edward Lee Gorsuch, “Learning a foreign language not only reveals how other societies think and feel, what they have experience and value, and how they express themselves, it also provides a cultural mirror in which we can more clearly see our own society.” (Internet). I believe students in grade school should be required to learn a foreign language. There could be numerous benefits of learning another language. The benefits include improvement of employment potential, improve memory and attention span, and makes traveling more feasible and enjoyable. Learning a second language can help job seekers improve employment potential. Whatever a job seeker professional objective may be, knowing a second language will not hut your employability. There are very good odds that knowing a second language opens up opportunities for employment that an individual may not have had. Numerous English speaking businessmen do not try to learn different languages because they believe that a large portion of the general population they work with in foreign countries can speak English. If English is not a second language, interpreters can be used. The lack of speaking another language puts the English speakers at a disadvantage. In meetings, for instance, the general population on the other side can talk about things amongst themselves in their own language without the English speakers…

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