Language Practice

If you would like travel abroad, try researching the language. You can easily find small guides which contain all of the essential words, if you happen to get lost or need something.

To prevent any awkward confrontations, perform some research in case you are going to an overseas nation. This can include looking up standard phrases including “thanks,” “just how much” and “how are you currently.” You must also look around for standard customs of the nation, such as gestures, so that you can avoid offending anyone with gestures or body language that seem normal to you.

If you will end up traveling to a foreign country where English is not really the main language, please take the time to find out no less than a couple of basic phrases, and be sure your pronunciation is really as close as you possibly can to the real thing.


If you begin in their language

most non-English speakers will quickly know that you don’t actually speak their tongue, and definately will meet you over halfway in the helpful attempt to communicate. Starting out in English, alternatively, sends your message that they have to communicate on your own terms, that is impolite.

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