Trellum Posted January 20, 2014 Report Share Posted January 20, 2014 I'll explain my question a bit more by saying I didn't really see learning English as an investment back when I started learning it, because I was 16 years old back then and I didn't realize learning this language would open so many doors for me. Now I'm 26 years old and have lived a lot amazing (some not so amazing) experiences thanks to the fact I learnt the language; both in my personal and professional areas.So yeah, there is no doubt in my mind that learning English was probably the best investment ever, even if at the start I didn't even realize it. This has changed the way I used to see language learning, mostly because now I'm an adult with a lot financial responsibilities and don't really have a lot spare time to learn other languages for the pleasure of it. So if I learn a new language it must be one that will benefit me or one that I'll definitely be using on a daily basis. What about you? Did you see learning a new language as an investment? Why? Why not? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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