The method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way also followed a system of communication used by a particular country or community is coined as Language. Language is a system that consists of the development, acquisition, maintenance and use of complex systems of communication, particularly the human ability to do so; and a language is any specific example of such a system. The scientific study of language is called linguistics. Over centuries ,based on countless facts and evidences many historians revealed that the language is inscribed on different surfaces like: leaves, stones , pillars ,walls etc. by not only the natives of the territories even the royals, diplomats, warriors, preachers, artists, philosophers, scientists etc enormously to convey and communicate not only their primitive and obsolete incidents but also tales, ballads, fables, prose, poems, knowledge took place in history by following different periods. Demographically the inscription can be easily studied and seen in almost each fragments of the world in an ancient form as in text, word, sign etc.
After a long passage of time; in today’s industrial society wandering and travelling from the length to the breadth of the world and that too by speaking different dialects twisting at its own accent and slang offers challenge to the speakers. Limited amount of uttering words and speaking in one solo language could be seen as a barrier to deal domiciles apparently. Walking throughout the globe one for trading, entertainment, studies, immigration, spending holidays a language plays an essential part to present oneself. Breaking an ice by adapting new single word/s vocabularies adds feather in a hat. Secondly, a solo traveller adds an extra advantage to the growth of the language by articulating new and diverse words and chanting it often to their native countries could be seen as a gateway of becoming bilingual or multilingual. Nowadays, whims of fashion lover are easily grasping new dialects to be one of the smart and a confident speaker and on the same hand those crazy, tempted mind, professionals, business men, artists mainly bending to learn and tasting new languages by counting themselves as a Polyglot. To the same context; the digital and technical period has enlighten new pathway for the language players to fly far destination parts to know and learn different existing languages in the world and mainly magnetising youth as well as the scholars in terms of study abroad.
Speaking a second language has numerous employment benefits. Being bilingual or a polyglot means that there are more job opportunities depending on which languages a person speak. Communication in the workplace is important, and more companies, especially those with international offices, are considering bilingualism a high priority. According to research, speaking a second language can mean that one can have a better attention span and can multi-task better than monolinguals. Achieving success both in a professionally and personally multilingual is really good in grooming one’s personality. Presently, the generation is trying hard to be a multi vocal citizen by shifting from a native speaker to the foreign speaker.
Even bilingual children who are educated in their second language, have actually been seen to outperform monolingual students in their native language. Based on the facts, fast growing fields such as tourism, journalism and translation put great value on bilingual employees. Additional languages on the resume could have an application moved to the top of the pile and give us a better chance at getting the job, even if one isn’t as qualified as another monolingual applicant. Nevertheless, multitudenal language speakers are usually less affected by changes in the environment, and more open minded to new things and new experiences, because they have more than one view of the world already. In fact being bilingual means doesn’t count one in minority. More than half the world speaks more than one language on a daily basis. In many countries around the world, bilingualism is actually considered the norm, and I’m sure it won’t be long until the rest of the world catches on. Everyone should have the chance to learn a second language and reap the benefits of being bilingual.