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      Why to learn French Language?

      When it comes to learning French, there are many causes and influences. French has gained currency in today’s lingua-franca world.

      1. A global language

      In the five continents, more than 300 million people speak French. A global organization of nations that speak French, the OIF has 88 member States and governments. French is the fifth most spoken language in the world and the second most popular foreign language after English.

      Together with English, French is the only other language that is taught in every nation on earth. Over a million students take French language classes at the largest international network of cultural institutions, which is run by France.

      2. A tongue for the global labour market

      Speaking French and English gives you a competitive edge on the global employment market. Understanding French allows one access to French businesses in France and other French-speaking countries. France is a crucial economic partner since it has one of the biggest economies in the world and is a popular place for international investment.

      3. The cultural language

      Internationally, French is the language of theatre, music, visual arts, dance, and architecture. Great literary works, as well as movies and music, are available in the original French to those who are fluent in the language. Victor Hugo, Molière, Léopold Sendar Senghor, Edith Piaf, Jean-Paul Sartre, Alain Delon, and Zinedine Zidane were all fluent in French.

      4. A travel language

      More than 87 million tourists visit France each year, making it the top tourist destination in the world. Knowing even a little French makes traveling to Paris and all of France much more pleasurable and provides insights into French culture and way of life. When visiting French-speaking countries, knowing French is also helpful.

      5. A language for advanced study

      Speaking French increases one’s chances of attending prestigious French colleges and business schools, which are among the best universities in Europe and the entire globe.

      6. The second international relations language

      The International Olympic Committee, the International Red Cross, the European Union, UNESCO, NATO, the United Nations, and international courts all use French as a working language and as one of their official languages. The three cities that house the EU institutions—Strasbourg, Brussels, and Luxembourg—all speak French.

      7. A language that broadens horizons

      Understanding French gives you access to a different point of view on the world. You can keep up with French leaders and thinkers throughout the world as well as news from the top French-language worldwide media (e.g., TV5Monde, France 24 and Radio France Internationale).

      8. An enjoyable language to learn

      Learning the French language is simple. There are a variety of techniques available that make learning French entertaining for both adults and children.

      9. A language that is used to learn other languages

      Since a sizable portion of English vocabulary is derived from French, learning French is an excellent foundation for learning other languages, notably Romance languages (Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian), as well as English.

      10. The language of affection and logic

      The joy of studying a lovely, rich, musical language—often referred to as the language of love—is the primary benefit of learning French. In addition, French is an analytical language that fosters critical thinking, a vital talent for talks and negotiations.