...the citizens themselves showed willingness to become more proficient in English as a way of promoting their local businesses more efficiently and to be able to discuss their customs and culture with tourists.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 01, 2013
Ultimate Vocabulary™ cheered on Ukrainians in a recent statement put out by parent company eReflect for their efforts to learn and use English in their day-to-day lives. Since EURO 2012, when the European football championship was hosted by Ukraine and Poland, the former consciously sought out ways to make English a more widespread skill among its citizens. This was well-received by Ukrainians. Often, the citizens themselves showed willingness to become more proficient in English as a way of promoting their local businesses more efficiently and to be able to discuss their customs and culture with tourists.
Despite the current language dispute over Ukrainian and Russian and which should be the official language of Ukraine, citizens seemed more perceptive and forward-looking than their government, as they vouch for a third, more global language, English. This Ukrainian phenomenon of people willingly taking up learning English, or just a few phrases for basic communication, teaches people a lot, as the software’s developers noted. It shows the more general tendency of English becoming a globally spoken language and how people can, without being forced to, embrace this change and use it for their own advantage, from marketing their local businesses to expanding their reach to other countries as well.
As a building vocabulary software, Ultimate Vocabulary™ acknowledged the efforts of the Ukranian people to make their hosting country more accessible and English-friendly during the Euro 2012 championship. It is an example more countries could follow in making their own countries follow the international English-speaking tendency, Ultimate Vocabulary™ announced.
Ultimate Vocabulary™ explained that the world is starting to realize the great potential it's possible to acquire by mastering English. The Ukrainians were not forced to learn English, but they wanted to in order to communicate with the tourists coming into their cities and as a way of more efficiently marketing their country and their respective businesses. English is without question a world language and the sooner people realize its immense value, the better for them and their aspirations, the software developers concluded.
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