Get A Jump On Your Travels With Learning A New Language!

Summer is just around the corner and, for many of us, that means going off and traveling. One of the best ways to get the most out of your trip is by learning some words from the country you’re going to. Learning a language is one of the fastest and most effective ways to integrate into that country’s culture, leading to a deeper and richer overall experience. Plus it’s a ton of fun!

Below, with Rosetta Stone, we’ve curated over 7 languages of the most popular locations on the planet. Check them out and see which place you’d like to go to and which language you’d like to learn. If you only plan on visiting one country during your summer break, Rosetta Stone offers a 3 MONTHS DEAL OF ONLY $11.99/MONTH. If, on the other hand, you plan to visit multiple countries throughout the year, consider their 12-MONTH DEAL AT $9.99 PER MONTH.

1. Uk English

Ok, this is an easy one, and that’s one purpose. If you’re reading this, it’s safe to say that you probably have at least some level of understanding of the English language. Still, it’s more than likely that you only know “American English” and aren’t as well-versed when it comes to things like British English or “UK English”. Words like, “chips”, “trainers”, and “nappy” are all very different in England as opposed to America. Knowing those key differences can make a huge impact on your overall stay in the country.

2. Portuguese

Both Brazil, as well as Portugal, are incredible places with some truly fascinating people and locations. Areas like Rio de Janeiro are especially great as they are much cooler at this time of year compared to any other, making indoor and outdoor activities a blast.

3. French

The language of love, French not only sounds great, but it allows you to communicate with the people of Paris France to a deeper and more satisfying level. It’s a bit on the pricier side, yes, but their sights, people, and food are truly extraordinary.

4. Irish

Ireland in the summer is a must-go for anyone that loves incredible sights, comfortable weather, and strong culture. In particular, places like Dublin host different attractions like Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo, and St. Stephen’s Green.

5. Spanish

If you thought we wouldn’t have Spanish somewhere on this list, you’re sorely mistaken. Not only is it the native language spoken in places like Colombia, Mexico, Chile, Venezuela, and Puerto Rico, but it’s a surprisingly easy language to learn as well!

6. Hebrew

For many, this may be something of a shock, but it really shouldn’t. Not only is Hebrew an incredibly popular language, spoken by a large portion of the population, but it’s the mother language for the people of Tel Aviv, Israel, one of the most beautiful places in the world.

7. German

Lastly, we have German. German is one of my favorite languages, partially for its forceful nature but also because of how, like Spanish, easy it is to master. Plus, you can’t get over the fact that places like Sweden, Austria, and Switzerland all use some variation of German, making those languages much easier to learn as a result.

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