The first way that we connect with people is through language — and whether you made a New Year's resolution to travel more, or just want to start immersing yourself in new cultures, it's easier to learn a new language than you think. With this uTalk Language Education: Lifetime Subscription, you can take your pick of six different languages to learn, on your own time: the app uses independently verified translations by native speakers and helps you apply practical, real-life vocabulary to your learning.
Here are five reasons why you should learn a new language:
Earn A Promotion
Learning a new language not only increases your eligibility for international jobs, but it could also help you bridge communication barriers in the workplace — winning you a higher job title.
Increase Critical Thinking
In order to learn a new language, you need to shift your thinking and understanding of speaking, ready and writing at a technical level — that helps improve your critical thinking skills.
Expand Cultural Understanding
Speaking a new language naturally means exposing yourself to new cultures, new ways of communication and even new ways of thinking.
Converse With Locals
Chat up locals like a native when you travel and impress your companions.