8 Perks Of Speaking A Foreign Language
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8 Perks Of Speaking A Foreign Language

Ignoring the fact you get your languages confused all the time.

8 Perks Of Speaking A Foreign Language
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There are several benefits of being able to speaking more than one language, so let's break them down, shall we?

1. I can insult you and you won't even understand it.

And if you don't get it, that's the best kind of insult really.

2. I have more places to run away to because English-speaking isn't my only option.

That's right, it's not only Canada I can get away to, I've got a wide array of options.

3. I can flirt in more than one language

Il fait chaud ici, ou bien c'est toi?

4. I have a wider array of shows and movies I can watch now

I can binge forever, now.

5. I also have more music I could listen too as well

The most fun is belting a song in a foreign language in the car, and having other drivers stare at you.

6. Look how impressive I am on resumes

If you can speak more than English, companies are gonna love you.

7. I won't sound stupid when I order food from a foreign restaurant

Let's remember when my family was at a Mexican restaurant, and my sister pronounced quesadilla as kwaze-DAHD-lia.

8. I feel really cool and worldly

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