languagePeople who know benefits of being multilingual are eager to learn as many foreign languages as possible. There are a lot of benefits of knowing numerous languages. Those who are really open – minded, and traveling is their lifestyle, are biggest fans of being multilingual. There is a famous saying that learning more languages make a person smarter and there are some scientific researchers, who prooved this fact. 

I speak eleven languages and I am not proud of it. It was very easy for me to learn them. Some of them I was studying at my high school and some of them I learned myself simply by using a manual for self-tuition. I am fluent in Russian, Uyghur, Kyrghyz, Kazakh, English, Arabic, Turkish, Azerbaijani, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese languages. Some of these languages are very similar to each other and belong to the same language group. For example, Uyghur, Kyrghyz, Kazakh and Turkish languages are very similar and belong to one Turk language group. If you know one of them, it will be very easy for you to learn other languages from this language group. The same thing is with Spanish, Italian and Portuguese languages. All of them belong to the Romance language group. They are very similar. You will only find some small differences in pronunciation and grammar. When you learn Spanish it becomes very easy for you to become fluent in Italian and Portuguese. I used manual for self-tuition to learn these three Romance languages. I put some effort in English and Arab languages. I lived in Egypt to become fluent Arabic speaker and spent 11 years learning English at a high school. Russian and Uyghur are my native languages. 

I can easily learn more language if I want. I have developed my own learning strategy which lets me easily learn a language in a short period of time. The main purpose of learning foreign languages is to implement your knowledge in real life. I have a different reason to study a particular language. Let me give you a detailed explanation. Uyghur and Russian languages are my native and I didn’t make any efforts to become fluent in this language. I am really very happy to be a Russian native speaker because this language is very beautiful and popular around the world. Russian is one of the most spoken languages around the world. Ideal knowledge of Russian lets me read and comprehend literature masterpieces of such great writers like Tolstoi, Pushkin, Lermontov, Dostoevski and many other Russian geniuses. English is my favorite language and I really love it. I love it more that I love my native Russian. Songs in English sound amazingly beautiful. It is very subtle and attractive language. There is no need to tell how important it is to be fluent in English if you want to be evolved in the international business market.  The Arabic language is one of the most used languages in the world. Its beauty is worldwide recognized. I learned Spanish, Italian and Portuguese just because I like these cultures and mentalities of their native speakers. I love Portuguese because I like Brazilian people and particularly their lifestyle. The thought that I will need a particular language does not motivate me to learn it! As I have explained you I learn languages just because I love them. I learn languages because I am an international man and a cosmopolitan. If I hate a language I will never make any efforts to learn it because the process itself is disgusting and annoying.  So what does prevent me from learning more foreign languages? Well, I don’t learn new languages because I am not a fan of other languages. I do not see any specific beauty and charm in other languages. I think that I have already learned the most beautiful, charming, languages. Do you agree with me? 

Suggest me what languages should I learn now!    

Written by BAHTIYAR
Bahtiyar is a businessman, Internet marketer, blogger, traveler, and the founder of one of the world's most popular blogs Bahtiyar World.