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Erica Pecunia

Duluth, GA, United States

Student / Designer (Graphic Design)

Member since October 09, 2008

  • My Manifesto

    Arts & Culture, Communication Design

    Learning a Foreign Language and Why

    Learning foreign languages are always a great asset that offer benefits for you and anything you do in life. Although learning a foreign language may become difficult, it really pays off because you are constantly exercising your brain which is healthy for the body. Learning foreign languages also give you the opportunity to learn about a certain country, culture and people. This allows you expand your networking, meeting new people who can help your company grow with new exciting ideas. Having the knowledge of at least two languages is a major plus on your side when applying for jobs. The more languages you know, the better you are off and the more money you make. There is no negative side you learning foreign languages and no catch to it. If taking a language class isn’t an option for you, you can make a pen-pal, ask a friend who speaks the language you want to learn, or use a website that teaches for free or in exchange for a language you do know that they can learn. When you know how to speak a country’s language, you are able to speak directly to the person rather than through a translator, who also better off because that person knows more than one language. Knowing the language also make the trip more exciting because you are communicating with people in a way you haven’t before. Business trips may even be more successful in meetings if the client see that you are putting more effort because you speak their language. You may even get a job promotion or a raise with such a skill as this one. Learning new languages will only benefit you in all assets of your life and even others.

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My Interests

  • Industrial Design
  • Environmental Design
  • Communication Design
  • Fashion Design
  • Audio/Visual Design