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When language create problem for you.

Yesterday when I was stood in my balcony and was seen playing children in campus that time one lady entered in gate and was asked to block number to little girl. She was looking very beautiful like Hollywood actress everyone who passed near her, watch men all were staring her like seeing woman first. She was Indian, but born in London so she did not know Hindi that's why she asked in English and our watch men and little girl didn't know English so they felt confusion in conversation. She came here to be attending marriage of her cousin's sister. In my opinion, we should must learn three or four languages of different countries to do freely conversation.


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scheng1 wrote on January 3, 2015, 4:22 AM

Actually no need, we just need to write out the block number on a piece of paper.

k2705 wrote on January 3, 2015, 4:33 AM

I'm rubbish at different languages haven't learnt anythinglike that since I was at school over 10 years ago.

MBank wrote on January 3, 2015, 4:47 AM

I believed that we should learn at least three or four languages of different countries to do freely conversation.

RegieEstioco wrote on January 3, 2015, 4:47 AM

English is the universal language. My 4 year old daughter knows how to speak in English and the national language of the Philippines Tagalog. She can also understand our dialect, Ilokano.

Ruby3881 wrote on January 3, 2015, 4:53 AM

I speak English and French fluently and although many who know me think that accomplished, I always thought it was a bare minimum. I'd have preferred to learn three or four languages, as you say!

Vivenda wrote on January 3, 2015, 5:48 AM

I love languages. I speak French reasonably well, can just about get by in Spanish and have studied Latin and Ancient Greek. I think in general you CAN get by in English - but it seems very rude to take that attitude when you go to another country. Things get more confusing in a country such as India where many different languages are spoken.

ConstantDementia wrote on January 4, 2015, 6:28 AM

In my opinion, English is an universal language that is important t bridge the language barrier. It is also good to learn French, and Spanish which are also common globally. In addition, if going to a foreign land tit is good to learn some few words of the language to help you get by or, at least travel with a guide who knows the place and its language and traditions.

crowntower wrote on March 27, 2015, 1:40 PM

I guess all we need to learn is english, as one of the most used language, but if you are a businessman you should learned chinese as the most used language all over the world in doing business, but if you are really doing business in a large scale ... yes we need to know four to five languages. God bless.