Why is Spanish a useful language to learn?

Spanish is derived from Latin as English is from French. Learning Spanish will boost your vocabulary so you can familiarize yourself with words taken from everyday use in English. The opinion of the Museum of Knowledge team is that Spanish is so useful because it is widely spoken in the majority of Latin America including South America, Central America as well as in parts of the Caribbean. It is also an important language for trade with these key countries.

The Spanish language has many rich features with languages learners able to enjoy the many accents spoke around Spain, South American, the Caribbean and also Central America. Language learners can enjoy practising to speed for Colombia and at a more sower pace in Chile. Every country has a different pace when spoken verbally and the Museum of Knowledge aims to enable language learners to be equipped for the differences.



What are the advantages of learning a language?

The Museum of Knowledge, a champion for language learning, explains in this blog the key benefits of learning a language.

If you are travelling, you can communicate with the indigenous population effectively. Although some countries use English as their secondary language, the population in these countries cannot always speak English as efficiently as their Mother tongue language.

Another benefit of learning a language as outlined by the Museum of Knowledge is that it can boost a person’s career. Being fluent in another modern language¬†indicates to potential employers that you are flexible, open to diverse cultures and have excellent communication skills.