Spoken by over 30 million speakers across the globe, Dutch is one of the most popular West Germanic languages apart from German itself.
It is greatly considered to be a pretty close relative to both English and German due to their roots. In fact certain people consider it to be colloquially somewhere right between English and German. Apart from the Netherlands and Belgium, the language is also pretty popularly spoken in Australia, the United States, Indonesia, France, Germany and Canada.
Let’s now see if you can start learning Dutch even at 30.
Throughout the process of mastering a new language, an individual must dedicate an immense amount of effort, a reasonable amount of time and an excessive amount of dedication towards the target language.
No individual can master a new language without providing the right amount of effort or time or even dedication towards the same. Especially when the same is being learnt to be utilised in the future I need to expand your career opportunities or to improve your job prospects or maybe to even achieve higher education in the future. Even if you are simply learning a new language to be able to converse with the natives of a place that you live in, it is still very important to dedicate the right amount of time and effort, without which it would be impossible for you to master the same. With that said, there is a certain notion that believes that even age has something to do with mastering a new language. Therefore, it becomes very important for any individual to explore if they can still learn a language no matter the age. Hence, in this blog, we will discuss whether you can start learning Dutch even at the age of 30.
When it comes to learning anything new in life, whether it is education-related, skill-related or even language-related, age has never been a contributing or reducing factor in furtherance to the same.
Hence, I truly do not believe that it has anything to do with mastering Dutch even at the age of 30. Whether you wish to start at the age of 30 or you wish to start in your early teens or maybe even in your late 50s, as long as you can contribute the right amount of effort and time, age has nothing to do with it. If you were to ask me I believe 30 is the perfect age to master a new language. This is because you would be able to analyse the right benefits of a new language and be able to utilise the same perfectly.
Throughout this blog, we have discussed all the different reasons why you can still learn the language even at the age of 30.
To be very honest with you, in my personal opinion, I truly do not consider age to be a very important factor when it comes to learning a new language. When it comes to learning anything new, it should not be a barrier or a contributing factor either. Whether you wish to learn at the age of 13 or at the age of 30, if you have the right amount of effort and the time dedicated to the same, you can most definitely master it even then. Dutch is no stranger to the same notion. If you wish to master it at 30, I truly believe you can most definitely achieve proficiency in the same.