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Invest in your future: Study French

Being able to speak French will come in handy practically anywhere you study, work or travel. French is spoken in more than 50 countries on five continents. That means there are almost 80 million native speakers and another 190 million secondary speakers all around the world! No wonder French is the second most commonly taught language in the world.

The benefits of being bilingual

Learning a new language exposes you to new thoughts, new people and new opportunities. It develops your critical and creative thinking skills, your mental agility, your ability to express yourself, your cultural understanding, and your self-awareness.

Not to mention the fact that being bilingual will help you get into the school of your dreams AND land you a higher-paying job when you graduate!

Why French?

It’s easy!

  • French is the largest donor of foreign words in English; you know more than you think you do! Almost a third of English words come from French, so you already know more than you think you do!
  • Don’t believe the hype, Spanish is not easier than French. (Click here for the proof.)

It’s useful!

  • French is the language of culture: literature, art, music, dance, fashion, cuisine, architecture, and cinema.
  • French is the second most widely used language on the Internet.
  • More tourists visit France than any other country in the world.

It’s important!

  • French is ranked the 2nd most influential language in the world.
  • The United States is France's leading investor. France is a top investor in the US.
  • France has one of the world's largest economies.

Not convinced? Read on:

http://www.fll.vt.edu/French/whyfrench.html
http://www.utm.edu/departments/french/french.html
http://www.frenchteachers.org/
http://www.frenchculture.org/

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