Some people believe that we cannot become fluent in a language unless we have spent time living and working in a country.
To what extent do you agree?
40 minutes, 250 words at least.
Nowadays, an increasing number of people are becoming
bilinguistics belinguists and even mulitilinguists through various learning methods. Eventhough I partially agree to those people who believe (the sentence is still complete. No need of writing.) that living or working in a non-native country enables the aspirants to acquire fluency in that particular language, enrolling for a language course will is (maintain one tense only – present or future) also be beneficial to a certain extent.
Admittedly, one of the most worthy and quick learning method to acquaint with a foreign language is living or working in
those that (one foreign language = one country) countries country. This is because, when people reside in a faraway place, they ought to be communicated in those communicate in that regional region’s language to not only promote their professional career but also to (Choose any one: to not only X, but also Y; not only to X, but also to Y.) enhance social networking skills through which further articulation is gained. Undoubtedly, regular and obligatory use of alien non-native/ foreign languages support every individual to become bilinguistics bilingual within a short period of time. For instance, if I did not work in Saudi Arabia, where I daily communicate in Arabic language, I would not have mastered in that discourse. (discourse is a coversation or talk, not a language.) This example shows that living in an adopted country will aid to learn language effortlessly.
Despite the above opinion, I also suggest that joining for a language programme, certainly, has a resounding impact. To elaborate, there are many institutes that offer language clasroom and online courses for students
, (no comma here) who have to submit a foreign language efficiency certificate before joining a course or work , through class rooms and online media. As aresult of this, university students, who apply to pursue their career in a foreign country, is are being selected without any difficulties. For example, an online survey conducted by the German Embassy showed that more than 50 percentage percent (percentage vs percent: Important difference. discuss with me.) of the overseas students, who enrolled for German language, speak basic sentences by the time they reach Germany. Thus, the survey concluded that educational programmes assist students to adapt at in learning (can’t adapt to a language. Correct preposition = in) foreign languages easily.
In conclusion, learning a new lingua franca is not a herculean task thesedays. Eventhough I moderately agree that living
in abroad plays a pivotal role in learning a language, getting an admission for a language lesson is also equally important.
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