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Language School Terms to Know

Learning a foreign language can be a very satisfying and enriching endeavor. Students may learn a foreign language as a part of their schooling, or adults may learn a foreign language through devoted programs. Knowing the terminology used to describe different types of programs can assist in selecting the best suited option for study.

  • Native Speaker - A person who has spoken a language since childhood. When it is an option, many consider it preferable to learn a new language from a native speaker. They are certain to have a correct accent and understanding of the nuances of the language.
  • Dialect - The regional nuances and accent of a language. Distinguishing between different dialects, and fluently speaking with different dialects can be a very fine art.
  • Immersion - Being surrounding by one's non-native culture and language. This is often noted as one of the best ways to learn a language, as students are conversing with a wide range of native speakers on a daily basis.
  • Study Abroad - A program through which students spend a semester or year attending school in another country. They are generally undertaken in college, though some high schools offer these opportunities. Study abroad programs expose students to international cultures through immersion. Some programs are taught in the student's native language, while others require good working knowledge of a second language.
  • Language School - A broad term for schools devoted to language programs. They are often geared toward adults. Courses may be offered as intensive programs, evening classes, or private tutoring sessions. These schools may have a widely international staff teaching several languages, or schools may focus on the language of the country in which they're located.
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    Colleges look closely at students taking foreign lessons. Being able to converse fluently in another country benefits every student and adult. Many English speaking high schools require completion of a full year before graduation. Learning linguistic skills is challenging yet beneficial. Many schools offer linguistic courses. The most common include language instruction in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. Adults benefit too. Many employers need bilingual workers to speak and translate. You help expand the business overseas. It could mean a promotion or raise. International programs allow teens and young adults to study abroad while learning about art and culture in a different country. Linguistics tutors offer students with personalized lessons. Private businesses offer evening or weekend classes to a select number of students. Home study programs help students and adults learn to speak in a new country using DVDs and CDs. After graduation, young adults benefit from gap years. Spend a year traveling. Examine international cultures and art before jumping into a university program. Studies find students benefit immensely from taking time to travel. They return from their travels eager to share their experiences. Maturity also helps students succeed in a college setting. Go abroad with a cultural exchange program and learn valuable communications skills. Many colleges offer credits to students completing a gap year program. Second languages stimulate the intellect of young people. Vocabulary and grammar skills also improve during foreign language education. Young children improve school habits with the addition of foreign language education. Traveling to new countries and interacting with locals is easier when you have linguistic skills. Experts believe it can boost your IQ. It's never too late to learn a foreign language.
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