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Learning a new language or learning about your own language will help you discover so much about that culture.

Language affects how the world is perceived, describes all aspects of human existence, and reflects generational attitudes and emotion.

I'll always be grateful for following through on my decision to learn Norwegian.

I think I am more creative and unique because I speak three languages. I appreciate different cultures fully and embrace different art, tastes, sounds and places.

Throughout the years, I learned two things about studying a language; the first being learning a new language is very difficult because it forces you to think in a way that no other course does. The second is that no matter how hard you work to improve your language skills there will always be something you don't know. 

I realized that language was my ticket to holding on to this second home across the Atlantic, and I wasn't going to be satisfied until I got to my destination.

I've found studying Thai language to be quite intrinsically rewarding. Truthfully, the whole process has been just a lot of fun. 

I've been able to travel to many French-speaking countries and being able to speak the language makes the experience all the more rewarding.

Spanish language studies have provided me a level of comfort and mastery to conduct business in Latin America.

Study and live abroad, immerse yourself in the culture and life.