Living in a country where you have to speak a foreign language can cause serious social problems as well as practical problems

Many people believe that living outside your native country where nobody speaks your primary
language
can affect your life both in the social aspect and in everyday problems. I strongly agree with
this
view, and I will provide arguments and examples in the following paragraphs. Personally speaking, socialize is the main problem I would meet abroad. If you don't know the
language
, you will come across the problem of making new friends, not to mention loving relationships. These situations may cause people to feel alone and depressed, excluded from the local social life. In the
second
place, but no less important, there is a communication problem that may arise with people working in the medical sector or the police. If you don't speak the local
language
, you may risk having misunderstandings in crucial conversations with them. Eventually,
this
can cause serious problems either to your health or to your freedom.
For example
, if you tell the doctor the wrong medicine you
can not
can not
cannot
assume, you will risk worsening your medical situation
instead
of getting better.
Finally
, it is worth to consider everyday problems too. Admittedly, I think that these are less important and serious problems to deal with,
although
they are more frequent than the previous ones. These are not risky situations, and they can be easily solved, eventually with the universal sign
language
. To sum up, the necessity of speaking a
language
abroad can have serious consequences only in risky contexts, like hospital or when you are dealing with local police.
Conversely
, in everyday life, I firmly believe that
language
difficulty can be solved with a significant amount of patience and time.

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