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"Importance of Foreign Language to Nepali Citizens"

Author: Rupak Prasain / 160 Views

Language Hub Kathmandu Nepal

Impact of language can be seen in everyday lives of individuals from any race, ideology, and locale only not with regards to Nepal but rather everywhere throughout the world. The significance of language during travel is often unseen. Language is a mode of expressing our sentiments, wants, and questions to our general surroundings. The interesting and various strategies individuals can use to convey through composed and spoken language is an expansive piece of what permits to saddle our intrinsic capacity to shape enduring securities with each other around the world; isolating humankind from the remainder of the set of all animals. So as to venture to the far corners of the planet, regardless of whether for business, occasion, want or a readiness to get familiar with the convention and new culture of various nations, versatility in language is important that incorporates the capacity. The capacity enables to speak with new individuals in different tongue.

Additionally, the ability to communicate in multiple languages is becoming more and more important for Nepali citizens. Learning a foreign language opens up a ton of career opportunities in Nepal or even abroad. There are lots of other ways that speaking many foreign languages, not just one or two can improve one’s employment prospects. The world is changing fast, more companies than ever are doing business in several countries around the world like we have many here in Nepal, but they can’t do it without hiring people who can speak at least one foreign language. Another, when a foreigner comes by while you’re working as a waiter, orders some food in his local language, (like we have many Korean, Chinese, Japanese and many more restaurant around Nepal ) and starts talking cheerfully with the cook about something. A minute later, the cook stops talking and hands you your plate with a simple Thank you, bye. You just missed out on an authentic cultural experience because you couldn’t join in. Language barrier is one of the reasons you fail as a service provider and as a business person providing service to tourists you should be able to speak as many foreign language as can to make most profit. There’s always a danger of you being obvious targets, or get hassled by touts while you visit abroad. This can ruin your experience of a place where people are actually warm and genuine just because you don’t know their language. You could be that obvious tourist, or some other distant tongue speakers but everything changes when you use their local language. Therefore language plays a very deep role for Nepalese as tourists and also impacts greatly to the Tourism industry in Nepal.

The impact of multilingualism can be traced to even more fields. Every time you learn a new language, you find it easier than the one before. The reasoning is simple: with every new language you study, you figure out ways to learn more efficiently. In other words, you develop language skills. A doctor who can communicate with his or her patient in their native tongue is much more likely to have success at diagnosing them. A scientist or engineer capable of explaining his findings and ideas to his peers will be able to expedite and perfect their work, even if his peers could not understand him in his first language. Any hiring manager in any company in the world would tell you that the ability to speak a foreign language is a prized commodity. Learning to communicate fluently in multiple languages provides additional job security and advancement opportunities in uncertain economic times. We got plenty Doctors, Engineer, Scientist and many more people from different fields working in our native country Nepal.

More and more businesses work closely with companies in other different countries abroad. They need many different kinds of staffs who can communicate in different languages and understand other cultures and tradition. No matter what career or path you choose, if you’ve learned a second language, you’ll have a real advantage. A technician who knows German or Italian, the manager who knows Dutch or Swedish, the head of a company who knows Japanese or Spanish, or a salesperson who knows French or Chinese can work successfully with many more people and in many more places than someone who knows only one language. Also, if you are planning to expand your business to foreign lands, study abroad you should be able to learn their language. The insights you gain after communicating with them all by yourself will be more accurate than the translation you receive from a translator. Everyone has their own unique reasons for wanting to learn another language. But while the reasons may be different, they can all be put into action in the same way by committing to stop making excuses and to start speaking the language you’ve always wanted to learn.