The Importance Of Learning Another Language

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“To have another language is to possess a second soul.” by Charlemagne, by being able to speak another language it shows respect and determination to those who originated with that language as their first. As for today there is a wide variety of different languages that are officially recognized, extinct, or unofficial languages, since there are vast amount of different languages, there 's a few that have adopted some of each other’s culture, by having different or similar alphabet or writing styles and depending on its difficulty from a person’s primary language it could take longer or faster to learn a new language, and few reason why learning another language is helpful along with where they could learn the language and how a new language could affect them.
In the U.N, United Nations, the official languages are English, русский (Russian), Français (French), 中文
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Although, other languages like ꦧꦱꦗꦮ (Javanese), 日本語(Japanese), Deutsch (German), Português (Portuguese), Italiano (Italian), فارسی (Farsi), and etc are categorized on the EGIDS ranking system as a national language “The language is used in education, work, mass media, and government at the national level”(). There are over seven thousand different languages that are spoken every day, although in total there are languages that are dead languages or also

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