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Language is a means of communication which is mainly conveyed by the sender to the receiver. Languages differ from culture and religion. For example, the regional language of Maharashtra is Marathi and the national language of India is Hindi and so on. Just like that people across the globe are well-versed with their native languages. But is that enough to sustain in this fast-paced world today?

Not really is the answer I would say. In today’s day and age where globalization has taken over reigns and countries are trying to merge together on grounds of common interest like economy, climatic conditions, terrorism etc there has to be a passage of communication barring English language. The process of learning an international language should start from an early age in schools and the child should be given an exposure and inclination to learn other languages through books, videos, cassetes etc.

Foreign languages are a gateway to new vistas and avenues waiting to be unfurled. The importance of communication to a person who is unfamiliar with our native language is similar to that of an infant at birth who knows no language but solely understands the warmth and cuddle shown by his family and especially mother. Sometimes we are too naive to understand what they are going through. Sometimes pain…..sometimes joy….sometimes insecurity. Hence, the importance of communication wherein we can express self freely and man being a social animal can learn and widespread knowledge through words. Words form an integral part of any communication be it joy, sorrow, acknowledgement or repentance too.

 Even though the world is divided by continents and oceans, we are a universal platform for trade which entails import-export but many times language can be the only hitch in trade. Education too has gained roots worldwide. We now have ambitious students who wish to pursue education abroad but the sole barrier is yet again LANGUAGE.

Being a linguistic always has its set of advantages.

One can easily identify a sense of trust and goodwill being developed in a relationship thereby creating a passage for further communication. The knowledge of foreign languages be it French, German, Spanish gives us better job opportunities, or even settling for good. Even while we are on our excursion trips for leisure it makes our life easier to know the history and geography of that specific place.

So, what are you waiting for at ‘Pinnacle Academy’? We are at the end of your long and tiring search in quest of learning a foreign language. Our immaculate and striving team caters to you a conducive environment for learning and personalized coaching with pre-recorded material which you can always revisit n number of times!

Neeraj Sahal

n the realm of Hindi poetry, Neeraj desires to leave a mark on the hearts, minds and souls of his cherished readers. Neeraj Sahal, a resident of Mumbai, was born in Rajgarh, Rajasthan on 19th December 1977. His literary influence has a wide spectrum, both in Hindi and Urdu, and from mythology, great epics to ghazals.

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