Feed Your Brain with A New Language

feed your brain with a new language

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Feed Your Brain with A New Language.

Keeping all your muscles in shape requires a range of different exercises. You need to mix it up between weight training and aerobic workouts to get the best results, and you need to mix up your routines to avoid plateaus. Feed Your Brain with A New Language.

On top of that, you need to make sure that your body is getting all the nutrients it needs. You need to feed it the right foods in the right amounts to keep everything strong and functional.

The same applies to exercising and feeding your brain.

And we’re not just being metaphorical, here. When you feed and exercise your brain with something like a second (or third) language, it can have real, physiological effects.

Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of learning Arabic at any age.

Developing New Skills and Abilities

Feed Your Brain with A New Language.

Language learning starts by developing discipline and motivation. These traits then contribute to learning other important skills, like listening, reading, writing, speaking, and memorizing – all of which can be applied throughout many aspects of your life.

Of course, it’s not just those specific skills that you can expect to develop. Learning a second language teaches you something that many of us forget as we get older. In other words, this is an opportunity to:

Benefits for Adults and Children

Learning a new language can have beneficial brain effects at almost any age. While some research does show that multiple languages can be especially productive for younger learners, the impact that it has on the brain can be good for anyone.


For Younger Learners – Children who study a foreign language seem to get a boost in overall cognitive development. They tend to do better on standardized tests, have more self-confidence, and show more creativity.
Many young students also show better listening skills, better memory, and problem solving abilities.

For Adult Learners – Learning another language as an adult seems to help improve cognitive abilities, get better at planning and making decisions, be more perceptive, and empathize with other perspectives or points of view.

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Targeted Groups

  1. International students who wish to learn Arabic as a foreign language and travel to Oman specifically for this purpose.
  2. All students who apply to Omani universities to pursue higher studies.
  3. students who are registered at a university in their country of origin but travel to Oman to spend time in an Omani university.
  4. International students who are registered in a university in their own country who wish to spend a limited time in an Arab country to learn Arabic.
  5. Arab students registered in an Omani university who know little or no Arabic as a result of previously living or studying in a non-Arab-speaking country.
  6. Non-Arab diplomats who live in the Sultanate or those who come to specifically learn Arabic.
  7. Audio-visual or written mass-media journalists who edit or publish in Arabic, including those who live in the Sultanate of Oman or elsewhere.
  8. Foreign workers in public or private sectors who wish to learn Arabic to better communicate and integrate within the local community or for professional purposes.
  9. Academic researchers who live in Oman or come for scientific research purposes.

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