If you’re considering
learning English in New York, a recent study titled "
The Contribution of Multilingualism to Creativity" has shown that learning an additional language can greatly improve
your brainpower. The study found that those taking ESL classes or obtaining
other multilingual abilities enjoyed substantial mental benefits. Here’s
a look at some of the ways learning a new language can help improve your
If you commit to learn English or any other language, your ability to communicate
will drastically improve. Not only will you learn more about syntax, grammar
and different communication styles, but you will also create connections
with a wider range of the world’s population.
Change in electrical activity
Prior to the study, researchers believed that the only way to change brain
functioning was to obtain a high level of language ability in a new language.
However, this study shows that enrolling in language school can help increase
electrical activity in the earliest stages of language learning.
Superior memory function
Learning a new language helps you improve your memory capacity, especially
your short-term memory abilities. This benefit can spill into other areas
of your life, as it allows your brain to keep information for longer durations
while thinking processes are active.
Taking ESL classes can help you keep mental pathways opened up, which will
help you use different avenues for thought. Essentially, learning a new
language exercises your brain, which helps keep it flexible and agile.
Learning a new language helps improve your problem-solving abilities in
your abstract thinking skills, concept formation and creative hypothesis
formation. It will also strengthen your ability to identify, understand
and solve problems. You will also be able to focus on specific tasks by
filtering out distractions and extraneous information.
Bluedata International Institute provides a high-quality learning experience and an opportunity for International
students to learn English for personal, academic and professional growth.
We strive to create a community of empowered scholars capable of success
in the global world. For more information about our ESL classes, please
call (646) 755-9071.