Many people have learned a foreign language in their own country; others have learned a foreign language in the country in which it is spoken. Which is better? Give the advantages of each and support your viewpoint.
It is indeed that learning a different idiom is useful in life to have a good job and even be a student. In my personal opinion, I believe that knowing and improving your second style is better if it is learned on the outside, being in a new rustic when you can pick up the language. When you are in your original agrarian you can manage to improve your skills and speak with your professors in order to get knowledge every day. Being in a different area would be the one hundred percent of the time building your abilities even when you're buying something in a store you can speak with the seller. One example of this is my cousin, she was new in New York City when she was nine years old and when she didn't know how to say the basic matter she learned every day in the school step by step, she said that when you are surrounded by people who speak the same idiom as you, you could basically improve better. As one is studying hard to know some parlance, one is more comfortable speaking with natives of the same homey. However. Being in the same country to build your knowledge could be harder sometimes because you could not have someone to talk with or money to pay for lasses, but when you have a certain goal in your life it wouldn't matter to have someone to speak to. I do believe that when you are in the official rustic to know more some certain locution you would be more stable to know the accent someday sooner. Such as my dad, when he tripped to a new rustic to build a new language because it was easier being the current district to do that and it wouldn't be so much of a struggle. to conclude, being in the original homeland would be easier and more manageable than being in your born provincial and just take two or three normal classes when you can be better in the center country improving each day even when you are baying something.
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