Studying languages has proved to be so useful in all sorts of unpredictable ways. It is considered that people who picked up multiple languages and continue studying languages get lucrative jobs everywhere. Studying languages is far more than just memorising verb tables, vocabulary lists, or presentation about you’re your interest or hobbies. Language allows one to connect with other people, hear their opinions and share their stories, and in this way we can gain invaluable insights into the way they think. Truly understanding different cultures is necessary for whatever line of work you go into. Stubborn mono-lingualism will pay way for a desperate country which lacks knowledge of other culture and social being.
But even more importantly than that, speaking second/foreign languages gives you a priceless insight into yourself. By increasing the number of ways in which we can express ourselves with vocabulary, idioms, expressions and grammar, we suddenly find ourselves with a choice, not just about how we speak, but also about how we think. It is more than just satisfying when you try to think of a word and can only find one in a foreign language; or when you realise you’re acting on an advice you were given in another language.
The increasing demand of foreign language learning forces educational institutions to implement different methods. Digital language lab is one of the most interesting tools now preferred by institutions to impart foreign language education. Simple to use interface and multi-functionality of the software makes it unique and demanded by educationists worldwide.