Talk about a time when you first talked in a foreign language
- Where were you,
- Who you were with,
- What did you talk about,
- How you feel about it
Sample answer of Talk About a Time when You First Talked in A Foreign Language
In the contemporary world, people are curious about leaking different kinds of extraordinary skills. Like, languages, mechanical skills, data-oriented skills, and many more. Today I would like to talk about one such skill I learned and have used years before. That is English. Nowadays, language English has a vital role in every ones’ life.
Because it is a global language and lion part of the population around the world is talking the same language. But, at that time, I was not aware of that. Along with other native languages, I tried to learn the basics of English, and in addition, I had the confidence that I could easily interact with anyone easily.
After completing my graduation, I got an opportunity to be part of an interview conducted by a multinational company in Chennai. I was eager to attend that interview because it was my first interview. When the official called my name, I was a little worried, and I realized that my confidence was slightly condensed than before, and I realized that I was not at all good at English.
As I remember, there were three officials on the interview board, and after the ice-breaking session, they shot the questions rapidly in English. Still, I remember, most of my answers were imprudent. But, I tried to answer their questions in English. They have appreciated me for my attainable attempt. Unfortunately, I did not get that job. Still, I felt very motivated by this incident. I do not have any hesitation to interact with anyone after that.
Follow ups of Talk About a Time when You First Talked in A Foreign Language
Question 1. At what age should children start learning a foreign language?
Answer:- I think there are no such age limit barriers for learning different foreign languages. After intermedium, the prominent English medium schools included mandatory languages studies in their curriculum. The main medium of study is English. Apart from this, they include French, German, Polish, Mexican, and Portuguese also included as elective languages.
Question 2. Which skill is more important, speaking or writing?
Answer:- First and foremost, think is vocabulary. Without this, we cannot express our ideas in both speaking and writing. Secondly, grammatical knowledge. This will help you to express your points without any errors—lastly, speed and consistency.
Question 3. Does a person still need to learn another language if he is good at English?
Answer:- Of course, That is an advantage for a particular person. There are plenty of countries in the world people are not familiar with the language English. For example, Indians’ native language is Hindi, and in Arabian courtiers, they talk Arabic and Chinese interact with language Mandarin. So, in my opinion, these additional skills will help you chat with these kinds of people without hesitation.
Question 4. Do you think minority languages will disappear?
Answer:- Not exactly, never ever not possible to disappear languages. Always very few of them use their native languages to talk with some people. So, there is no chance for the disappearance. However, due to the impact of other foreign languages, native languages may get low popularity.
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