1. One “Language” One Person, Two Languages “Thousands of Possibilities”
A language emerges and evolves as a result of thousands of years of culture. Therefore, the most important basic factor constituting a culture is language. Hence, we learn a culture while learning a language. As a result, when you learn a culture that doesn’t belong to you, a new person emerges. The way we look at the world, the way we handle events and the way we make decisions is reshaping.
However, learning a second language opens the door to new worlds and cultures, and offers opportunities to develop the horizons of our children in particular. Speaking to people in their own language will allow them to connect and develop mutual understanding between us.