To have another language is to possess a second soul. – Charlemagne

The above quote gives an absolute use and importance of the English language.

English language is one of the famous and the most used language all over the world. It is also called as Universal Language. English is the official language in many countries and almost 2 billion people are speaking in English.

Learning English can open doors for many opportunities and can enable one to communicate with others at ease and also for business purpose.

The ability to speak flawlessly in English will be an additional calibre one can flaunt in their resume.

There are various interesting and beneficial aspects of English Language.

Firstly, as stated before English has its global status. Without English one cannot survive in this fast developing and goal-oriented world. It is becoming the intermediary language. There are many countries where English has become the primary language. So, if one plans to travel for business or for tour purpose learning English would help to communicate with people effortlessly.

Secondly, English has become the second language for all youngsters for generations. All-important literature, knowledge based and research materials are available in English. Even to learn about other countries one needs to learn English. Many degrees and Diplomas offered in various countries are in English. So, one can conclude that English language has become a must in the world at large.

Thirdly, the ability to speak in English fluently will get one to present themselves confidently and showcase their talents extravagantly. One will gain confidence to voice out their views and thoughts boldly and will never shy out to participate in a debate, meeting or in any circumstance.

One should not neglect their own local, regional or national languages.They have their culture and legacy with it. But to find a better and more proficient job opportunities in life and career on should learn to read, write and speak English.

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