Spanish is the 2nd most widely spoken language in the world. With growing business realtions between India and Latin America, thus opens more reasons for learning Spanish as it is second widely used language in business world. Spanish is the Official language of more then 20 countries, and the second most spoken language in USA.
Learning Spanish helps you to understand Portuguese to a large extent.
Why Learn Spanish Language.?
Use Spanish to improve your employment potential.
Know a second language? Great, you’re hired! If you have proven yourself to be a capable employee with just the right job skills AND you speak a foreign language such as Spanish, you are much more likely to land that job of your dreams than if you are monolingual. In fact, many jobs today require a minimum of basic proficiency in another language.
It will unlock a world of travel destinations.
There are approximately 329 million native Spanish speakers in the world, and they populate some of the coolest destinations in the world. You can leave behind the touristy resorts in Cancun and explore thousands of miles of cheap and beautiful Latin America cities, beaches, and trails. Venezuela, for instance, has the longest Caribbean sea coastline of any nation and is considered one of the most mega diverse countries on the planet, with more than 40 percent of its territory protected.
You can enjoy amazing books and movies.
Around 100 successful authors from 54 countries voted “El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha” by novelist Miguel de Cervantes as the best book of all time, and while the 17th century book is widely available in other languages, it, like any book, is best in its original language. Other Spanish-language authors you’ll want to read are Chilean poet Pablo Neruda — many of whose works have not been translated — Gabriel García Márquez, Roberto Bolaño, Mario Vargas Llosa, and many more.
For many, learning Spanish is rapidly becoming a business necessity.
Internationally, people who speak Spanish often have opportunities to work in trade or business fields. Other options include diplomacy, interpretation, and security applications, which all require a sensitivity and proficiency of another language.
We at Career Crafters institute follow the common European Frame Work (CEF). Career Crafters divides Spanish in 6 levels, these levels are as below describing what the learner is suppose to do in reading, listening, speaking and writing: