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    luciano35 is offline Newbie
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    Can anybody check it?

    REASONS FOR LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
    a:career opportunities
    b:change of your position in your job
    c:going to another country
    d:vision of life


    REASONS FOR A FOREİGN LANGUAGE
    How many languages do you speak? If your answer is one, then you need to wake up and look around you. There are lots of reasons for learning language .First of all, Learning a new language can increase your career opportunities. Secondly, in case you learn a foreign language it is possible for you to change of your position in your job.The other reason to go to another country . Finally, The most important reason is you can have a different vision of life.

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    Re: Can anybody check it?

    Quote Originally Posted by luciano35 View Post
    REASONS FOR LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
    a:career opportunities
    b:change of your position in your job
    c:going to another country
    d:vision of life


    REASONS FOR A FOREİGN LANGUAGE
    How many languages do you speak? If your answer is one, then you need to wake up and look around you. There are lots of reasons for learning language . other languages/another language. First of all, learning a new language can increase your career opportunities. Secondly, in case if you learn a foreign language it is possible for you to change your position or your job.The other A further reason to go is to visit another country . Finally, The most important reason is you can have a different vision of life.

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    It seems to me that your first and second reasons are the same thing.

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    Re: Can anybody check it?

    My advice would be try not to repeat the words used in the question. If this were, say a question from the IELTS test, to score the best marks you need to demonstrate understanding. In other words, you should show you understand what is being asked of you and what the words mean. For example, to summarise a), you wrote:

    First of all, Learning a new language can increase your career opportunities.

    Try not to just repeat the question in any answer - it's an easy habit to get into, but must be avoided if you want great marks in a test.

    Good luck!

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