The importance of speaking proper english for career
Most of us are familiar with how people feel about appearances, but the manner in which you speak is also important. Even if you are dressed nicely, using poor gram-mar will show that you are wolf in sheep’s clothing. You might look nice on the out-side, but you are not so nice on the inside. To succeed, you must focus on your appear-ance as well as your manner of speaking. As people will judge you by the way you speak, your vocabulary will need to be equal to those who are in the same career field. However, if you want to make yourself more marketable, you will need to improve your English skills, and make them superior to the other people who work in the same field. To achieve it, you will need to overcome some barriers. Most people underestimate the importance of mastering English. This is even true for people who live in English speaking countries such as the United States or Great Britain. Since they are brought up speaking the language, they do not feel that it is all that important. They think they can get by on the basic language classes they took in school while they were children. However, only having a basic knowledge of English will not open career doors. If you speak only an average level of English, people will think you are average. If you speak in a manner that is eloquent, this will create a powerful impression. The first barrier to overcome is the belief that Basic English is enough. Under Basic English, we understand the English that most Americans speak on a daily basis. While the English language is comprised of about 700,000 words, the typical American only uses 50,000 in their day to day conversations. Most educated people who have earned a degree in college, or who read lots of books, will have a vocabulary that is closer to 100,000, twice the amount of the average American. These people are much more likely to get well-paid jobs. To be successful, it must be your goal to learn 100,000 words or more.