Language is the window to the mind
Learning a foreign language is simply amazing. it challenges how you think, how you speak and how you write. You can see clear meaning everywhere and you can express that yourself. I would only ever argue to not learn a language if you don't have curiosity. If you want to sit in your native language safe zone and never venture out to bright and breezy pastures new, then yes, try something else.
But if you do have that curiosity, if you do want an insight to another culture and you do think about why we say the things we do in our first language, then absolutely open that book, turn on YouTube or buy a Google some phrases!
You will not look back and you will not regret it. You'll never be bad at it as it is a journey that we are all on, throughout our own language learning. Every time you hear a foreign accent in your own language, be brave enough to think that behind that accent is another language, maybe more than one and that this person has had the courage to build upon that foundation. They have the courage to say, I'm not finished learning yet.
Do you have that courage?
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