Câu trả lời tham khảo IELTS Speaking Part 3 – Language
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1. What are the benefits of knowing a foreign language?
Well, there’re numerous advantages I would say. The first one I could think of is good self-esteem. Conversing in a foreign language that not many of your friends are fluent in is a great feeling. Second, it offers you the key to better education and employment opportunities. Finally, you can explore the culture of a nation because culture is deeply rooted in the language.
2. What is English an international language?
That’s an interesting question. Even I used to wonder why it has to be English but not any others. In my opinion, English is universally known because of three reasons. First and foremost, the population that speaks the language is huge. Next, the economy, film industry and culture of those English speaking countries are heavily influential. Last but not least, the powerful influence of the internet also contribute in making English an international language.
3. What factors make a language become international?
Like I mentioned earlier, if a language is to become internationally spoken it got to have a huge community in which this language is a means of communication. Then the country economy of this language should be powerful. Lastly, it comes down to making changes on the internet.
4. What are the dvantages of people knowing more than 1 language?
Several I must say. Some of those are: conversing freely with native speakers, chances to emerge in the rich culture as well as custom and tradition. However, the most beneficial factor I could think of is higher chance for employment and further studies.
5. Do you think all people speak the same language willl have a negative impact on the national and regional culture?
Having the same language has both pros and cons. On the bright side, it brings people together and removes misunderstandings due to language barriers. However, that partly, if not largely, induces the unique culture, custom and tradition of each nation or region which could lead to the loss of the country identity.
6. Which language is likely to become dominant in the future?
It’s hard to say because we will never know what the future holds. However, based on what happening around the world right now Cantonese could possibly be the language of the future. There’re some reasons for that. First, Chinese economy has become much more influential. The Cantonese speaking community is of the largest. Chinese culture and film industry are among the richest and most loved around the world at present.