Interview with Students Highlights the Benefits of Learning Languages

Interview: The Benefits of Learning Languages, According to Ronja Bråberg and Kenjtra Petreus

Learning a new language can be a challenging but rewarding experience. In this interview, we talked to Ronja Bråberg and Kenjtra Petreus, two students who have benefited greatly from learning languages.

Q: Ronja and Kenjtra, why do you think learning a language is important?

Ronja: Well, for me, learning a language is important because it opens up a whole new world of possibilities. It allows you to connect with people from different cultures and countries, and it can also help you when traveling or studying abroad.

Kenjtra: I completely agree. Learning a language can also improve your career prospects, especially if you work in a global or multicultural environment. Employers value candidates who have language skills, as it demonstrates adaptability, cultural sensitivity, and communication skills.

Q: That’s a good point. What benefits have you personally gained from learning languages?

Ronja: For me, learning languages has given me a greater appreciation of other cultures and ways of life. I have also made friends with people from different countries, and it has helped me to better understand and respect their perspectives.

Kenjtra: Learning languages has also helped me to improve my cognitive abilities, such as memory, concentration, and problem-solving skills. It’s like a workout for your brain! And like Ronja said, it’s helped me to build connections with people from all over the world.

Q: That’s great to hear. What advice would you give to someone who is interested in learning a new language but doesn’t know where to start?

Ronja: I would say, start with something that interests you, whether it’s the culture, music, or food of a particular country. It will make the learning process more enjoyable and engaging.

Kenjtra: And don’t be afraid to make mistakes! Learning a language takes time and practice, but the more you practice, the better you will get. Also, find a language exchange partner or group to practice with, so you can learn from native speakers and get feedback on your progress.

Q: Thank you for sharing your insights and advice with us. Any final thoughts?

Ronja: Learning a language is not just about mastering grammar and vocabulary, but also about embracing a new way of thinking and communicating. It’s a journey worth taking.

Kenjtra: Yes, and it’s never too late to start learning a new language. You’re never too old or too busy to learn something new and expand your horizons.






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