What is language for you

Which language is right for you

Perhaps you are just at the beginning of your learning process and are wondering which language you would like to learn in the first place. Of course, it's difficult at first, but in most cases it will quickly become clear which is the right choice for you.

In the first step, of course, you first have to want to learn a language, because without the will and motivation it becomes more torture than fun.

Then it's about finding the right language. But how does it work?

In order to find the right language for you, you can pay attention to several aspects:

# 1 Which country do you have a personal or professional relationship with?

There is no point in learning Chinese, for example, if you never want to travel to China. Think about which country you have personal contact with through vacation, friends or the like or think about which language would be most useful for your job.

Once you have a relationship with a country, you will also make faster progress in the language of learning. On the one hand, you know that you can apply what you have learned, and on the other hand, you simply see a point in learning.

# 2 In which language do you already have previous knowledge?

Another point is the previous knowledge. Of course, you will learn a language more easily if you already know a few words and therefore have some prior knowledge. Therefore, think about whether you already know more of a language.

These could be simple words from Italian that you got to know while on holiday on Lake Garda, or English vocabulary that stuck in your head from school.

The fact is that it is easier for you to deal with a “new” language if you already have previous knowledge and can fall back on it. So the motivation is much higher and you will get better quickly.

# 3 Which language do you like best from the sound and from the sentence melody?

The last point is of course just as important, because you will only stick with one language if you like it. Therefore pay attention to the sound and the melody of the sentence. Does it sound good or is it not yours?

CourseFinders can of course also help you by simply visiting different language schools and testing the respective languages.

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Have fun with your studying!

Best regards,
Lena (from LenaKon, Lernplan und Sprachenlust)

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