There are many things we have to do before setting off on a trip: get the plane/train/bus tickets, book a room at a convenient location, check for places we cannot afford to miss, draw up an itinerary, get foreign currency, etc. However, we don’t often try to learn the language spoken there. Why? Perhaps because it takes more time in advance and we didn’t plan so ahead, or perhaps because we think that we’ll make do with English. The truth is that people don’t realize how important this part of the preparation process is for enjoying purposes. A language is a crucial part of a culture, so much that you can’t fully understand it without knowing about the underlying culture, and the other way around as well. We won’t say that taking Spanish classes Barcelona style isn’t beneficial for travelling the world (everybody knows that English is the most popular second language, reason why it can be the ‘link’ between two people whose mother tongue is not English, as a German and a Spaniard). However, it is way better to know the local languages, or at least the basics. Here are a few things you can do with only a few months in advance to learn that second language.
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