By Stephanie Stevens
There are so many reasons to learn another language. Travel to a foreign land. To upskill at your job or prepare to get a new position. Connecting with friends and family overseas. Below we offer five irrefutable reasons, but the most important is because it's fun!
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The Atlantic, "How Foreign Languages Foster Greater Empathy in Children" by Chibber