Summary: The Importance Of Being Bilingual

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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING BILINGUAL Today, learning foreign language is one of the most important topics. In the globalized world being bilingual has a lot of advantages besides that learning a new language has become a necessity. Surfing on the Internet, talking to people from other countries making business trips easier may be considered as some of the advantages of being bilingual. According to some researches, learning a new language affects brain positively . American Association explained in a meeting which had organized by them in 2011 " People who do not speak a foreign language have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease" (Vivahiba, 2014). Also, according to a scientific research which made in 2009 by Agnes Kovacs, babies who are growing up with two language have more sensitivity and intelligence than growing up with one language. To explain the reasons why learning and developing foreign language: Firstly, you can improve your communication skills. Communication is a really important factor in our lifes and we provide this with using varied languages. There may be questions about how people communicate well or what should be done for effective communication. For this, choosing appropriate words, using language effectively, and having information about the subject are important. Because without using language well or…show more content…
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