The Value of Learning Chinese and English Languages

English and Mandarin are the most widely spoke languages in the world. Currently, the master of arts in teaching English is one of the most preferred postgraduate degree of individuals who want to improve their teaching credentials. That said, The following are some of the main benefits of studying the two:

Business

Starting with English, it is the main language of international business, with the bulk of emails, contracts, reports, and memos being formulated in it. However, as the world becomes more and more interconnected, the need to be fluent in the both is increasing, thanks to China’s growing dominance in the global market. This is a major incentive to learn the two, especially for those involved in international trade.

Employment opportunities

Being fluent in both English and Chinese can put you ahead of the pack when seeking employment in a business that embraces a multicultural outlook, or one which constantly seeks to expand its footprint in international trade. In China, for example, there has been a growing need for businesses to recruit candidates who can speak both languages as they try to establish relationships with companies in major markets such as the United States and Britain.

Teaching

People who are fluent in both Chinese and English can easily earn money from teaching either of the two as the demand to learn them increases. For example, if you are a Briton living in China and need to earn some extra cash in your part time, you can set up a class and teach the English language. Moreover, you can undertake translation for major companies. The same also applies if you are residing in an English speaking nation.

Travel

People who love traveling have a lot to gain by learning both English and Chinese as they will be able to communicate with locals in most countries they visit. Nations that speak English as a second language include the Philippines, Japan, India, France, Germany, and most of the Commonwealth nations. On the other hand, influential communities in countries such as Taiwan, Mongolia, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, and Malaysia also speak Chinese.

Conclusion

With the Chinese and English languages being the most widely spoken languages in the world, it is hard to ignore the benefits of learning both. They include the ability to comfortably communicate with locals when visiting foreign countries, and engage with other businesses on the international platform. However, the aforementioned are just a few of the many benefits that one stands to accrue from learning them.

Author Bio

Samantha Young is an English instructor who is known for her unmatched passion for teaching.  In addition to an remarkable grasp of the English language, her grammatical expertise as well as creativity and writing prowess made her one the most sought after instructors in her home city.  Now, Samantha brings you thought-provoking articles that elicit deep thinking and analysis.

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