Those Benefits You Don’t Know To Learn Languages-Part 2
Hey guys, I am Kevin, and I am fond of learning languages. Now I can speak 5 languages, Spanish, English, Mandarin, Japanese and a little French.
Sé que no lo pueden creer. Para ti fue difícil aprender un idioma nuevo, pero para mi hay unas maneras de hacer un esfuerzo para mejorarme.
Je suis trés heaureax de partager mon expérience d’apprentissage ici. Je suis désolé parce que je ne parler bien français, donc je ne peux plus parler maintenant.
As above, I am fond of learning languages. Now I can speak 5 languages, Spanish, English, Mandarin, Japanese and a little French. You may think how it could be possible to know so many languages at once. You may think that being bilingual is such a hard thing, not to mention being a polyglot. Well, I am here to tell you that it is possible for me, then it is possible for you as well.
9 advantages you should know
6.Enjoy more videos with different languages
Haha I love this part very well. As a polyglot, you will never feel bored cause…you have various kinds of series and movies to enjoy. What’s more, depends on your mood, you can choose which country’s drama you are gonna watch.
Needless to say, watching videos is one of the best ways to learn a language. You can mimic what people do and repeat what they say(This way is called “Shadowing”). It would be very interesting. Here, I wanna provide some video resources.
Video Source(without subtitle)
7.Make your English better
It is easier for me to learn Japanese because there are a lot similarities with Chinese. Likewise, French, Spanish and English have a lot in common. That is why I choose to learn Spanish with English instead of my mother tongue Mandarin. In this way, I studied both languages at the same time. By the way, do you know there are numerous English words about finance coming from French Below is the chart talking about the formation of English. French and Latin languages are in majorities.
8.Cultivate a keep-learning habit
9.Know why people have different English accents
When I start to learn French, I realized why french people always put a “er” sound after one English word, for example, “Impossible(err)”.
There is another story. Compared with English, Chinese is a totally different system, and it was pretty easy for me to do the alphabet spelling part in IELTs test. However, for my Spanish friends they couldn’t distinguish the difference between “b” and “p”, “t” and “d” easily…cause in Spanish their pronunciation are nearly the same.
Let’s watch this video below talking about how struggle it is for Spanish people to pronounce some English words.