Being bilingual allows you to communicate better with other people. It can aid you in school, business, travel or everyday life.
Many people find that learning a second language also helps them improve their first. Phonetics, grammar points, and other things that native speakers usually take for granted, you will start to notice in your own language after learning about them in another.
It’s important to be bilingual because it knowing two different languages or more you can communicate with other people from different places you go who speak different languages. You have a way better chance of getting a good job because if you have to work with people who speak a different language or if people who speak a different language switch over to your company then you will be able to communicate with them way better! If you have to move to a new town and go to a new school then you will already know the language! Other advantages of bilingualism.
As well as the many cognitive benefits of bilingualism, there are also more wide-ranging advantages:
* Bilingual people can communicate with a wider range of people within families and communities, across generations, and in other social contexts. * Being able to read and write in more than one language opens up new literatures, traditions, and ideas to bilingual students. * Being bilingual, and being exposed to two languages and cultures, often fosters greater tolerance for other cultural groups. * Knowing two languages makes it easier to learn additional languages. * Knowing two languages provides bilingual people with additional skills in the employment market – skills that are increasingly important in our globalised world. * When bilingual learners also become biliterate (that is, able to read and write well in two languages), they are known to achieve extremely well in education, often better than their monolingual peers.