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For the Love of Nomadic Life and World Wandering…3 key Languages to Learn in 2023

For the Love of Nomadic Life and World Wandering…3 key Languages to Learn in 2023

Guess We don’t need to convince you of the incontrovertible fact that being a bilingual would open a zillion doors for you and offer countless opportunities, not to mention, a trilingual…a MULTILINGUAL! If you have a passion for travel and wandering the whole world, it’s more important, by means of logic, to learn how to communicate and mingle with the crowds before even packing your luggage. We picked for you in this article these 3 languages that we think you have to start learning their basics:

Being the official language of 22 countries around the world, Arabic is the world’s fifth most spoken language with more than 315 million people as a native language. Arabic is mainly spoken in most parts of the Arabian Peninsula, Middle East and North Africa and is considered a bridge language that would act as your entrance to learn kind of similar languages like Persian, Turkish, Urdu and even Hebrew, as most of these languages’ diction is sort of derived from Arabic. Arabic is an extremely rich and complex language that might seem a bit challenging for most of people to learn having around 30 modern varieties or dialects, however, the most two widely spoken dialects are Egyptian and Levantine Arabic. You can kick-start your way up with watching Arabic Movies with subtitles in your mother tongue, an inspiring and interactive approach way better than adopting the boring old school method of squeezing tons of vocabularies into your head.

Besides being one of the most pleasant and rhythmic languages to hear, Italian is absolutely an important language to learn with 63 million people worldwide speaking it as a first language plus it’s ranked as the 20th most-spoken language in the world. Italians are loud, vivid and extremely extroverted! they are famous for being friendly and so much into connecting with people as they welcome about 46 million foreign visitors on a yearly basis. Learning Italian can also give you a good exposure to Italian literature classics like the La Divina Commedia of Dante Alighieri and Il Principe of Niccolò Machiavelli.

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Korean is such an exotic language that gives you access to over 70 million native speakers being the official and national language of the two Koreas ranking as 18th in the most used languages worldwide. Korean people are pretty much known of being one of the most welcoming and respectful peoples to other cultures. With a smile and a cute bow for hello, a Korean would typically receive you with the famous greet 안녕하세요? (annyeonghaseyo). One more reason why we think you should learn Korean: it’s the language of the very intriguing K-pop phenomena and K-drama, a huge repertoire at your disposal to help you digest the richness and depth of the Korean culture if you are a big fan of BTS, Gangnam style, Kimchi, and Tteokbokki.

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