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Learning a new Language

Language is the method of communication which can either be spoken or written used by a particular country or community. Human language has the properties of productivity and displacement and relies entirely on social convention and learning. The language varies greatly from region to region or country to country. The variety may be so complex and different that one individual does not understand the language of a member from another region or country. The total number of languages that are to be spoken all around the world is estimated to be around six thousand nine hundred and nine. The three most spoken languages in the world are Mandarin, Spanish and English.

According to research, speaking two or more than two languages is a great asset to the cognitive process. Speaking more languages can actually make you smart because it improves the functionality of your brain by challenging it to recognise it, understand the meaning and to communicate in a different language. This skill helps…