You want a reason to learn English? Here are 10!

Everybody has their own reason to start learning English, and the first thing you have to do is to determine yours. In other words, you should know what you might achieve if you put your head down and climb up the thorny branches of learning English. To make it easier, I have provided 10 reasons for you; you might find yours here! If you find this article helpful, you can print it and stick it to a wall somewhere, so that every time you get tired of all the sweat and strain, you take a look at it and keep your eyes fixed on the prize.



  1. Whenever two people from two different countries and languages come together to have a discussion, it is highly unlikely that they would speak any language other than English.


  1. When you apply for a job, and it’s down to you and one other person, you can easily clinch the job for yourself simply by being bilingual. It is an important trait for any employee of a company to be able to speak a language other than their native one.


  1. Aside from China, the United States still remains a leader in technical innovation and economic development, and English is used in the United States and in each of these fields. It is only natural that you would have an advantage in a world dominated by a power by speaking its language.


  1. Because of Great Britain’s expansion during the colonial age and its many colonies as a result, People in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, parts of Africa, India, and many smaller island nations speak English, and in Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands, English is regularly adopted as a second language. Each of these countries have entirely diverse cultures and immensely interesting customs, so by learning their language you could communicate, converse, and enhance your level of understanding of the world.


  1. English is now used almost exclusively as the language of science. The fact that English is the current global language of science is not likely to change anytime soon.


  1. The alphabet of the English language is fairly easy for a non-native to learn, unlike a language like Chinese with a long and extended alphabet that is a nightmare to learn.


  1. English is the language of the movies. Most people agree that the greatest works of cinema have been made in English, and to truly appreciate these works of art it doesn’t hurt to watch them without the distraction of subtitles.


  1. If you are looking for a job in the United States, every opportunity opens up for you as soon as you learn English, regardless of your race, ethnicity, creed, or religion.


  1.  Learn English so you can teach your children too, or if they are already learning, you can now communicate with them in English.


  1.  English speakers in the United States earn a lot more money than non-English speakers. Learning English will open your career prospects and increase your standard of living.