Hi dear One Language’ friends. Once again we gather in this virtual space to share opinions, experiences or just to talk about things related to English.
When we ask ourselves on how to improve our resume, one of the first things that comes to our minds is to learn a new language. We think it will give us more job or travel opportunities and that maybe it can allow us to explore other working areas.
Do you think you can get all this by signing on an English course?
If your answer is YES, I’m sorry to tell you you’re wrong.
Learning another language is an investment. It is acquiring a tool that you will not only use at work, but also that will provide you with a new way of seeing life and facing daily situations. It means to open your expectations towards new horizons, destinations, adventures and challenges.
As mentioned on previous blog posts, nowadays it is a must for professionals to have the ability to interact with English-speaking people. Today, we live in a world where thanks to technology, distances are shortened and it is not insane to think about a virtual meeting with 5 people from different places all over the world.
That is why we restate English as not just a language. It is a tool and like any tool, we should take care of it in order to use it correctly. If we don’t use it regularly it will get rusty. Like any other tool, we have to oil it and that can only be achieved by practicing every day.
We invite you to get to know our proposals, whether to practice, learn and improve your English, or just to travel and become a #Slowtraveller who constantly seeks to merge with the culture being visited.
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