There are many reasons to learn English, whether it is for personal, study or work-related reasons.
-Communicate with people
English is the most commonly used language among foreign language speakers. Throughout the world, when people from different nationalities want to communicate, they commonly use English language. That is why we like to call it "the language of communication". Moreover, speaking English will enable you to contact people from all over the world and to travel more easily.
-Push your career forward
All over the world, speaking English immediately opens up opportunities. Being able to communicate with foreing clients and business partners will provide you a more challenging position in your career.
You will also have the option to apply for jobs requiring English like for instance a Manager position. So get your dream job, start learning English!
-Get access to knowledge
English is also internationally recognized as the language of science. Most of the knowledge related to computer or health by example is in Englishh. Being able to use English in your researches -especially on the Web- will give you unlimited access to Knowledge!
-Enjoy art like never before
English lets you feel the culture of the world like no other language. Learning it will offer you the opportunity to do wonderful things.
English is the language of the Film industry and learning it means you will no longer have to rely on subtitles or dubbed versions. You will also be able to read books written by English-speaking authors in their original version. Last but not least, music is much better if you can understand the meaning. We are sure that you will be satisfied to enjoy English-language music more!
Moreover, English is an easy language to learn and to use. It is based on an alphabet and, compared to Chinese, it can be learned fairly quickly. So, learning another language isn´t just about communication or professional purposes, it will also give you advantages you had never imagined. Learning English can change your life for the better!
According to the Wikipedia data: in 2014, there were 58 sovereign states and 21 non-sovereign entities where English was an official language.