Learning to speak a new language has always had its challenges. This may be pertinent to you if you find it hard enough to speak your own native tongue at this time. Today, it is happening all over the world, but learning to speak a new language, not quite out of desire but out of necessity, remains pretty daunting. It can be pretty hard if your native language is not the universally spoken English, French or Spanish.
It can be quite hard if your dialect is one of those that are deep-rooted in old cultures and nowhere near as close as the modern crossover ways of communicating today. Imagine if Cyrillic or mandarin are the only characters you have worked with. And today you are presented with a strange looking alphabet that only has twenty-four letters. And yet its language is so widely spoken. And imagine if reading and writing has never been part of your culture or community.
Ever. This does not mean to suggest that you are backward. But yes, you do have some catching up to do. Do not worry, all in good time. It is understood that there may well be a sense of urgency, but it has always been better to take your time and grow, never mind earn, while you learn. And read. You really have it in you to be awesome. You can be a dragon naturallyspeaking professional almost overnight if you want.
Well, not quite overnight, but it can come pretty close. It just depends how determined and hardworking you are. More likely than not. Because perhaps for most readers, and look at you, you can read this, you probably used your app tool for this, and that’s fine for now, learning a new language is necessary.