Featured Video: What’s Your Reason for Learning English?

english-many-languages-tree-imageWe know that some of you have been reading or following this blog ever since we first started putting this up. The reason why we’re all reading this post and following this blog is because you and I have one thing in common—we want to learn English.

There are no right or wrong answers as to why we have to learn English. We all know that it’s a universal language and it’s the most common language among foreign language speakers but is that enough to say we have to learn English?

Let me give you a quick rundown of why learning English (and subscribing to EnglishCentral) is a must. You say you want to work in another country like Australia, UK, USA or Canada. What is their first language there? English. You become more employable in other countries because you are bilingual and you are able to communicate effectively to your bosses and coworkers. Not only are you able to go to other countries but you open yourself up to other cultures as well. Man of Steel is coming soon near your favorite theater. Imagine how less enjoyable it is to watch a movie if you have to rely on subtitles. The best action scene is about to come but the words that come out of the actors’ lips are too fast. Can you keep up with the subtitles? The English alphabet has 26 letters. Other alphabets have so many letters that even their native speakers don’t know some of their own characters and letters. Once again, you find yourself in another country and you get lost. You don’t have a map and you forgot your wallet in the hotel. Pointing fingers and smiling won’t help you get back to your hotel room but English can. Music sounds better if you understand the words. Commercials are funnier if you understand the joke. Everything is more fun if you understand English with EnglishCentral!

Find out more about learning English and our wonderful site by clicking on the link below.

http://www.englishcentral.com/video/11146/whats-your-reason-for-learning-english

If you want to see more of our videos, you can visit us at http://www.EnglishCentral.com

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