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Language Labs

Good communication skills are indispensable for a student. The language lab plays a major role in the language learning practice. It is an assist for learning and has several advanced facilities that can help a student learn a language with proficiency to communicate. They will offer an immersive linguistic experience that can speed up the pace of learning a language. They will be completely self-paced courses which will give students more control over their progress. When the academic pressure of learning a new language is taken off the shoulders, the students will start enjoying learning a new language for communication.

Language impacts the daily lives of members of any race, creed, and region of the world. Language helps express our emotions, desires, and inquiries to the world around us. In order to travel the world, whether for business or pleasure, a desire and eagerness to adapt to new cultures and methods is necessary. Adaptability includes the ability to communicate with new people in various dialects. The advantages of learning multiple languages are mushrooming as the world becomes increasingly globalized and multilingualism is now perhaps the most useful real-world skill to ever exist. In order to prepare our students to be the next generation of future entrepreneurs, doctors, scientists, engineers, or whatever influential job they choose, we must foster an environment from a young age that promotes multilingual learning.

Language study at Solitaire Language labs is all about learning how to truly communicate and connect with others—an incredibly important life skill that can only be cultivated by interacting with people. The students are taught to communicate in different languages in a non-academic setting. Studies have shown that bilinguals tend to have bigger brains, better memories, are more creative, better problem solvers, etc. Bilinguals can switch between tasks much faster than their monolingual counterparts and can handle many more tasks at once.  Learning another language familiarises them with an entirely new culture and is the surest way to become an open-minded, understanding, tolerant individual we want our Solitarians to be.

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