Studying the English language in an English-speaking country is the best but not the only way to learn a language. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
The English language is the most spoken language across the globe. Studying the Language of the English People in an English-Spoken nation is the best but not the only way to learn a particular language. I strongly disagree with this statement. In this essay, I will discuss the reasons why the only way to study a language is not solely based on doing so in a country with the language widely used.
To begin with, studying English outside an English-spoken nation is a good way to learn the language because it is a constant practice that makes one perfect. To be fluent in a language, it is not necessarily important to be staying in a country where the language is widely used, but when one is determined to know the language well, aside from having classes of such language been taught in the classroom in their various schools, there could be the introduction of movies in that particular language and also reading of journals written in the language.
Furthermore, this makes people fluent with the language in their own environs before moving to a country where the language is widely used. When one moves to an English-spoken country to study the language, they might find themselves fumbling with communication barriers, but should they have learnt it in their own countries where they could communicate very fluently with other people, it would give them a master hand over the language, so they are able to communicate nicely with people even in their early days in a different country.
In conclusion, it is not necessary for one to study English only in an English-Spoken country.
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