Lesson Transcript

Have you always wanted to learn a new language?
You probably have your own reason for wanting to learn. But there are huge benefits to being bilingual that you might not know about.
In this video, I’ll introduce a few of them.
Here are some reasons why you should learn a new language:
Number 1: You become Smarter
Studies show that learning a new language improves your focus and memory. It improves your decision making, you score higher on intelligence tests, and you’re less likely to be swayed by propaganda.
Number 2: You make more friends
Because you get to communicate with more people, you can meet more people, you can make more friends, you’re given more opportunities — such as jobs, and the next benefit...
Number 3: Find Love
The more people you meet the more opportunities you have of finding that special someone.
Number 4: You can travel with ease...
...simply because you can express yourself confidently in another language. Catching a cab, ordering food and getting around will never be a problem.
Number 5: You’re more open-minded and feel more empathy...
...because a new language puts you in another culture’s shoes.
When you can speak in another language you see the world the way that the native speakers do. In fact, when bilinguals switch from one language to another they also switch personalities, and express themselves differently.
For example, people tend to feel more direct and assertive when speaking English...
...and more polite when speaking Japanese.
So, this allows you to understand others’ world views and connect with people on a deeper level.
Number 6: You delay the mental effects of aging...
...by 4 or 5 years!
Learning and mastering another language sharpens your brain and increases the amount of grey matter, which helps delay dementia.
So, if you’re ready to finally learn and master a new language the fast, fun and easy way...
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