Why should we study French?

Salut mes chers lecteurs!

Speaking only one language in today’s world is not enough. A person who speaks many languages increases their chances of getting a national or international job offer and it opens up to having new cultural experiences.

French, alongside English, is the only language spoken in five continents. It’s the ninth most spoken language in the world, and the second most taught, only coming after English. French is also important internationally,, considering that it is one of the two official languages of organizations such as the UN, NATO, UNESCO, and the International Olympic Games Committee. Hence, mastering French is indispensable for those who long for a career in International Organizations.

It’s important to remember that France is one of the top five economies in the world, getting the attention of entrepreneurs, researchers, and the best foreign students. Speaking French is also an advantage for those in search of a job in multinational companies.

Speaking French also allows you to know the most visited country in the world, France, which receives 70 million visitors per year. It is way more pleasant to visit Paris, Nice, la Côte d’Azur and other French regions if you speak the native language. Speaking French also allows you to get to know other countries and French-speaking regions like Switzerland, Canada, Monaco, Senegal, Benin, etc…

Speaking French, despite what many may think, is not an impossible task. It demands dedication, studying and practice, like learning any other foreign language.

In addition, there are many methods to facilitate the learning process that meet the needs of French students. Mastering French can also assist the learning of other Neo-Latin languages such as Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and also English that has 50% of its current vocabulary derived from French.

As you can see, reasons abound for learning and speaking French. If you know of any other reasons, share them in the comment section.

À bientôt

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