Nowadays, knowing a foreign language is no longer an additional skill on your resume but is commonplace. The knowledge of a foreign language increases your chances of finding a new job or being promoted.
Learning methods abound. Indeed, there are many ways to learn a language. But before choosing your method of learning, we need you to look at the reasons for wanting to learn the language and the time you can spend. Whether you need to satisfy your intellectual curiosity, personal aspirations or for sentimental reasons. Whatever the reason, learning a foreign language takes time and requires some effort. In all cases, it is good to have a clear idea of why you are learning a new language to help motivate you during your studies.
And as a Slovak proverb says, "The number of languages spoken by a person correspond to his/her level of humanity."