14.06.2018, Taina Ikola
Just knowing English won’t take you far these days as everyone is expected to know how to speak it. English has achieved the status of a lingua franca and it is often regarded as a civil skill, much in the same way as using the internet. It’s therefore not very difficult to justify why it’s worthwhile having versatile language skills and developing those skills further. Having a second language in your back pocket is a real advantage. For example, it will help you stand out in the job market. It increases your professional options and opens new doors in searching for information. However, what should you do if you already have the basics but you feel like you are stuck, or if your language skills have weakened after years of not using the language? Follow our tips for breathing new life into your language skills and take them to a new level!