Email : hs@l2linternational.com   |   Call Us : +91 9560895119

Latest Update

Free Java Classes (Register Now)                     Leadership Module (Fresh Batch)                     Entrepreneurship (Fresh Batch)                     German Language Course (Fresh Batch)                     Business English (Fresh Batch)                     Coworking Space (10% Discount until 15th Dec. 17)                    

Our Motto

You are the purpose of our Existence.

Our Vision

To transform people through Empowerment.

Foreign Language Course in Delhi / NCR

A foreign language is originally from another country. It is also a language not spoken in the native country of the person referred to. In general, it is believed that children have advantage to learning a foreign language over adults. Children early on have different ways of expressing themselves, such that they better understand there is more than one way to look at a problem and that there is more than one solution.

Multilingualism comes with a host of benefits, including everything from increased employment opportunities to opening your mind to different worldviews. In fact, many graduates cite foreign language studies as among the most important coursework they took in college. The evidence makes it clear: Learning a second language is well worth your time. Not so clear for many students? Which language to learn. Here's a closer look at five other languages which may offer a leading edge depending on your unique interests and goals.

The Goal : You want to do business or study in Europe.

The language : German

Germany is not only the world's largest exporter of goods, but it's also the US's largest European trading partner. That makes it a smart language to learn for those in the business sector. But German is also useful for academics due to its status as an important scientific language. Even internet searching is easier if you know German. Why? Because it's the second most common language on the internet.

The Goal : You want to do business throughout the world.

The language : French

French is, along with English, the only language spoken on all five continents- More than 220 million people speak French on all the five continents. French is a major language of international communication. It is the second most widely learned language after English and the sixth most widely spoken language in the world. French is also the second most widely taught language after English, and is taught on every continent. The OIF, an international organisation of French-speaking countries, is made up of 77 member States and governments. France also operates the biggest international network of cultural institutes, which run French-language course for close on a million learners.

The Goal : You want to do business throughout the world.

The language : Chinese

The reality is that the China is a great economic power, and the Chinese market is full of opportunities.

While many Chinese business people are accustomed to the Western way of doing business, most of their foreign partners are woefully inept. The takeaway? Those whodo step up and learn the language are certain to distinguish themselves. And while experts say that it's unlikely that Mandarin will displace English anytime soon as the preferred language for global business communication, it's also true that China -- and Mandarin, by proxy -- will be increasingly present on the global stage moving forward. Because of this, the British Council has included Mandarin on its ranking of most important languages for the Uk's future.

 

The Goal : To travel.

The language : Spanish

Spanish is the US's second largest language with more than 33 million speakers, but this represents just a small percentage of the world's 400 million Spanish speakers. Indeed, Spanish is pretty much everywhere -- making it a wonderful tool for travelers who truly want to connect with their destinations. Spanish also has benefits in a business context. The British Council reports that 34 of UK businesses find Spanish language skills to be "useful to their organization."

The Goal : You want to pursue an interest in robotics.

The language : Japanese

Known for making things smaller, faster and first, Japan was until recently the second-largest economy in the world (it's now third, behind the US and China). Its economic strength is at least partly due to the strong research and development industry that underlies successful international brands such as Nissan, Toyota, Panasonic, Canon and Sony - as well as producing robots for every need imaginable. Japan's love for robots is rooted deep in the country's history and beliefs." If you want to play a role in building the next three-legged ping-pong playing robot, then Japanese language skills will more than come in handy.

Why Foreign Language?

Here are some other benefits of being a genius at business and a home-grown linguist:

A. You come off as globally savvy, possessing an international perspective, as a global traveller and a professional who can work in different cultures - attributes many employers prefer to see in their senior managers.

B. Being conversant in more than one language also helps grow trust among contacts, clients and foreign associates and thereby build networks which are the pivot of business opportunities.

C. Being bilingual or multi-lingual could also increase your chances of being posted overseas or getting a foreign internship.

D. Some experts also believe it could sweeten your remuneration because, it potentially makes you a more valuable asset.

E. Dealing with another culture enables people to gain a more profound understanding of their own culture.

 
Stay Up To Date

Sign up today for our e-newsletter to find out what is going on and get involved.

Contact Details

Corporate Office
B-8, Sector-2
Next To Sector 15 Metro Station 
Noida - 201301 (UP), India

Email :
hs@l2linternational.com
Mobile No. : 9560895119
Landline No. : 0120-4185334

Copyright © L2L Iinternational.com 2015-2017. All Rights Reserved. Designed By : Atechnocrat