Every language offered as linguistic subject is embedded to certain rules that govern its use. It is extremely delightful to have adverse rules inclined into one’s mind following his or her ability to comprehend certain languages. As a language, Spanish is governed by certain rules and principles, which create the passion that learners bear from the language. Having in mind that rules are unavoidable in the society, I have learnt to follow them through my passion on Spanish as a language (Cobarrubias and Joshua, 1983).
Like any other form of learning, Spanish requires sacrifice and willingness to learn from mistakes of everyday, which should be the line for any successful individual. There are grammatical errors that I would make every day, but I cannot keep watch on them. They assist me seek for improvement and make me better in handling similar cases if they occur again. This is also a preparation for the challenges that I may experience at the work place where I will be training students on how to use Spanish as al language. Therefore, making mistakes prepares me to handle the mistakes that students are likely to make during the learning process.
My dream job has always been to work as a teacher in the Royal Spanish Academy. This is the baker for the Spanish language as it is used in the entire world. It defines all rules and principles that govern the use of the language whether, oral or written. It forms the basis on which the language is used in the entire world.
As a trainer in this school, one is inclined to massive opportunities of not only becoming fluent in Spanish language but in other languages. This means that I may have a chance to work for other companies following the trust that companies have to the training program of the Royal Spanish Academy. The academy also offers translation services, which are core in proper understanding of other languages as well as the rules that govern how they are used in normal conversations and writings (Translating Spanish, 2011).
Language is usually embedded to use of colloquial phrases. It is the work of the academy to ensure that these phrases are avoided in the language by training people on the proper use of Spanish as a language. Through proper understanding of these phrases, it will be easy to deal with students in class as well as correct them accordingly. Understanding these phrases would assist me in avoiding unprofessional forms of communication, which may prevent me from reaching certain positions (Stewart, 2012).
The worthiness of a job is measured by the pay that one would receive after working for a given period of time depending on the performance contract. According to well researched information, the Royal Spanish Academy is the only academy in Spain offering training on the Spanish language with permission to change rules as they apply to the language. This means that the academy counters massive traffic of individuals as they seek opportunities to learn Spanish. As the law of demand applies in economics so it may apply in this case; the higher the demand, the higher the price (Translating Spanish, 2011). Therefore, learners will have to pay more in terms of schooling fee. This will be reciprocated to me as it may cause an increment in my salary.
Being a trainer in the academy will open more opportunities, which must be extremely beneficial to me as a trainer. This presents a chance for me to become a private trainer to some individuals who may find it hard to attend Spanish training classes (Translating Spanish, 2011). This means that I will have a possibility to make superfluous money based on the personal charges I will impose to the learner.
Any vision anchored to actualization by undertaking the necessary steps is subject to realization. Taking an interest in Spanish as a language developed the vision of becoming a guru in the language. However, it has anchored me with other skills in other languages, which need be translated into Spanish. The Spanish skills will be a platform through which I will obtain a chance to work with the Spanish Royal Academy. This is my dream work place where there are optimal chances of making a whopping income.
Cobarrubias, Juan, and Joshua A. Fishman. Progress in language planning: international perspectives. Berlin: Mouton Publishers, 1983. Print.
Stewart, Miranda. The Spanish Language Today. London: Routledge, 2012. Print.
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