September 17, 2023 at 3:18 pm
<span lang=”EN-US”>It is said that the fastest way of learning a foreign language is to live in where everyone around you speaks a foreign language. If you make effort to communicate with local people, you will develop listening, reading, speaking skills. However, some individuals champion the notion that people may find it hard in that situation, causing problems in practice and social relationships. I am not inclined with the statement. From my perspective, living in a foreign country will be challenging but full of benefits.</span>
<span lang=”EN-US”>In foreign countries, people have to socialize in foreign languages. They may not be familiar with how to use the language at first, but after talking more with local people, they may get used to it. When speaking a foreign language, people can gain deeper understanding about the culture as well. For instance, trips to the UK and the USA may offer tourists opportunities to realize the difference in English culture between Britain and America. Having a life in a foreign country will deepen your connection to society.</span>
<span lang=”EN-US”>Besides, living abroad means that people can practice the language every day. Having to speak, read, listen and even write in a foreign language as well as day-by-day training, they may use it more effectively. To illustrate, people who move to England will use English more fluently after a year, due to the fact that their English has been praticed in various ways. There is an old saying that practice makes perfect. The English-speaking Environment plays a significant role in learning English. </span>
<span lang=”EN-US”>In conclusion, I stand my point that compared to the problem, benefits weight more than shortcomings in life of foreign countries.</span>
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