Tiểu luận giáo viên: T. Charm

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GIVE THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING FLUENT IN SPEAKING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

As we all know, English is the third most widely spoken language in the world. It is the official language of 94 countries, and it has been used as a means of communication and a way to connect to the other side of the world. Aside from that, English also serves to show intelligence. If a person can learn how to speak well using English as a second language, it means that they are educated and are most likely to achieve success. But is it really necessary for us to speak fluently in English? For me it is yes! Here are some reasons why I think so.

The first reason is the importance of English in social gatherings. Since it is the most commonly accepted language when people from different countries get together in business meetings or special events, you must be very good at speaking the language. In practical terms, the better you can speak English, the better you can negotiate.

The second reason is the wider job opportunities that can be opened to those who are fluent in English. Knowing that you have a good command of the language, the employer would easily hire you. They would easily put their trust in you, believing that you can be good at communication and giving you a far wider choice of career prospects.

Lastly, English fluency can allow you to travel more. Whether it is for business or pleasure, it allows you to have fun and at the same time succeed in a wider range.

As you can see, English is really important. The fluency in speaking the language can create many opportunities and privileges in any aspect of life.


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