Unfortunately, I was not into Irish. The language I first studied was Latin. I studied Latin for two years in high school. The thought of being multilingual always intrigued me. When my father expatriated to Canada an opportunity presented itself, and I studied French to make blending in the Canadian environment efficient.
Out of curiosity and thrill I could read and understand French eventually. The skills improved adversely during the three years in Canada. Since English and French are both national languages of Canada, I used both languages. However, I had interests in French and used it frequently making English dormant. The mastery of French fueled my thirst of multilingualism. Therefore, I decided to include an Asian language in my resume. The pursuit of studying an Asian language was out of my linguist interest to know many languages. I picked Chinese as my preferred language. The choice was merely mathematical; I decided to start with the furthest country from where I am. In addition to that, Chinese language also has varied dialects that make the whole language tricky. This further heightened my interests to study Chinese language since it would give me the challenge I desired. ...Show more