Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of language.
Although English has fewer native speakers than Mandarin or Spanish, it's probably the most widely spoken language in the world. Because of its global reach, it's also the most popular language to learn among non-native speakers.
Football is a big part of American culture, but it's not the same sport as the one the rest of the world knows as football (called soccer in the U.S.). The National Football League championship game, the Super Bowl, is one of the most popular U.S. television events and has been broadcast in 30 languages to 185 countries and even ships at sea.
Why is being able to speak English so important?
Why learn English? With over 350 million native speakers worldwide and 750 million more learning it as a second language, chances are you'll fare better in your travels and professional career if you have English in your back pocket. Beyond the obvious places where you'll need and want to speak English—like the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand—possessing the ability to say "yes" to the question "Do you speak English?" will benefit you in innumerable ways.
World culture and English literature.
While learning English, you'll undoubtedly come across some of the great works of literature—like those of William Shakespeare, William Blake, and Virginia Woolf, being lovely British representatives, and Ernest Hemmingway, John Steinbeck, and Mark Twain, who hailed from the United States. Delving into these books and plays will open up a world of culture and history that have influenced the English language through the ages.
A new approach to learning English.
Speak English and endless opportunities will come your way. Rosetta Stone English will have you speaking immediately and will help pave the way to your continued success.