Why Learn Portuguese?

Learning Portuguese can do a lot for you and improve life in many different ways.

Make Traveling Fun!

How about traveling? Sure, it is perfectly possible to visit Brazil, Portugal or any other Portuguese-speaking country without speaking a word of Portuguese. But it is definitely not as fun. By having some grasp of the Portuguese language, you may be able to see and do things that many other visitors don’t get to. Also, the best way to truly understand a culture is to be able to speak the language. Sure you can learn a lot through a Lonely Planet guide, but it’s being able to communicate with the natives and the locals that will give you a truly unique experience. Being able to read a Brazilian or Portuguese newspaper, for example, can give you great insight into the places you visit and a better vision of what is going on in other parts of the world. Not to mention, Portuguese offers lots of good literature, both modern and traditional.

Learn Other Foreign Languages

Interested in learning other languages? Well, if you can learn Portuguese, you’ll have an edge in learning the other Latin-based languages such as Spanish, Italian and French. In the end, learning Portuguese will help you learn any language because learning the structure of one language can give you a reference point for learning other foreign languages.

Improve Your Career Opportunities

Having the ability to speak another language can also help you in your career. Wherever you live, if you’re in any occupation that involves international trade, communications, or tourism, you’ll find similar opportunities to use your new language skills. There is a limitless range of things you can do with Portuguese!

Make Life More Interesting!

Finally, whether you enjoy talking, reading, or mastering challenges, you’ll find all of them in learning Portuguese There’s something about being able to successfully speak another language that makes life more interesting. Although learning a foreign language can be work, the effort will pay off quickly when you finally get to use your new skills.