Our ability to communicate with others is something that has been used since the dawn of time. The modern world has put a lot of focus on communication, and we use it to make deals, send messages, conduct research, and more. It’s an essential skill that every person should learn in order to succeed in today’s world. Unless you’re a caveman, you’ll need to be able to communicate with others in order to survive.
As a result, we’ve all learned a lot about how to communicate with others. The following quotes are great examples of communication skills that you should use to talk with others.
Language Learning Quotes
Here are 34 of the best inspirational quotes that will keep us English language learners motivated.
1. “Remember especially to say the thing that you see, not what you want or believe it is.” – Horace
2. “We tend to become accustomed; habit and routine are conquerors of nature and humans alike”; Cicero
3. “Be humble in your approach, and they will see that you are honourable to them, even though it be from afar” – Scipio
4. If you want your message to sink in: “look for centres of gravity.” They include emotions such as sadness, anger, curiosity and surprise — which means they’re the underlying factor when you catch someone’s attention.
5. “And be of good cheer; for I have overcome the world.” – John 16:33
6. Communication, once stopped, is all but lost forever-If your hand has been bitten by a viper, you can no longer use it. Communicate, if possible; command in extremities of necessity-Robert E Lee
7. “I say that when the nobility is left solely to itself, then out of ignorance and folly, like a conspiracy against justice and common sense, these maddened, frenzied madmen, drag those who by reason of their rank and age should know better down to the muzzles of guns that aim at heads.” – Mark Twain
8. “You do not hear people saying ‘Please sign this’ — you are hired because. You get paid to sign.” – Andrew Sarris
9. “Delay is the enemy of fire”; Teddy Roosevelt, who fought forest fires himself many times 12. “Never run down the last man alive.” – Paul Valery
10. “It is not necessarily so much what you do as how you present yourself .” : James Steward (after extensive research on presentation skills,) in his book Without Fire
11. “He gave it his all,” wrote Wesley M Jones above an old photo taken on a Custer battlefield years earlier by Edward Curtis. Both men were awed by the power of the gestalt unleashed in an instant.” – Paul Fitzgerald
12. “If you want to know what a man can do, make him move his right hand and not your left “, Theodore Roosevelt said 13. “Here it is: being looked up to and having people notice what you do instead of where the hands came from” – Cecil B DeMille
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14. Language comes first. It’s not that language grows out of consciousness, if you haven’t got language, you can’t be conscious. – Alan Moore.
15. The limits of my language are the limits of my world. ‒ Ludwig Wittgenstein.
16. Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things but learning another way to think about things. ‒ Flora Lewis.
17. Knowledge of languages is the doorway to wisdom. ‒ Roger Bacon
18. Language is the blood of the soul into which thoughts run and out of which they grow. ‒ Oliver Wendell Holmes
18. A special kind of beauty exists which is born in language, of language, and for language. ‒ Gaston Bachelard.
19. You can never understand one language until you understand at least two. ‒ Geoffrey Willans
20. Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going. ‒ Rita Mae Brown.
21. He who knows no foreign languages know nothing of his own. ‒ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
22.To have another language is to possess a second soul. ‒ Charlemagne.
23.A different language is a different vision of life. – Federico Fellini.
24.If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart. ‒ Nelson Mandela
25. Learning a new language is becoming a member of the club – the community of speakers of that language. ‒ Frank Smith
26. If we spoke a different language, we would perceive a somewhat different world. ‒ Ludwig Wittgenstein
27. Language shapes the way we think and determines what we can think about. – Benjamin Lee Whorf
28. With languages, you are at home anywhere. – Edward De Waal
29. Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere. – Chinese Proverb
30. Language is wine upon the lips. – Virginia Woolf
31. The most intimate temper of a people, its deepest soul, is above all in its language. – Jules Michelet
32. Speak a new language so that the world will be a new world. – Rumi
33. You live a new life for every new language you speak. If you know only one language, you live only once. ‒ Czech Proverb
34. I love commuting between languages just like I love commuting between cultures and cities. – Elif Safak
Finally, I have a few words to say about the quotes which have been said about English learning by different native English speakers.
To quote from memory to express your emotion is not considered a properly idiomatic expression of thought, but using the appropriate vernacular for that particular occasion taking into consideration all the possible connotations this will produce is an act of cultural integrity with great value in developing one personal identity.
What are the best language learning quotes for beginners?
Learning a language is like learning to play the piano. It’s not about cramming vocabulary into your head, it’s about playing the notes on the keyboard and figuring out what they mean.
You have to spend time at first, but if you keep practicing, you’ll get better and better every day.
“There are two ways of spreading light: to be bright yourself or to illuminate others.
How can I get more out of my language learning quotes?
The quotes are from famous people who have achieved something great in their lives.
You can learn a lot about yourself and your life by examining the quotes that you are able to remember and relate to.
What is a quote for language?
A quote is a sentence or phrase that has been used by many people and has become part of the language.
Some examples of quotes are:
“If you love something, let it go.”
“I’m not saying I’m better than anyone else, I’m just saying we’re different.”
“Blessed are those who dream dreams and are willing to pay the price for them.