Research shows that if you put in 100 hours a year you'll be fluent in a language within five years. If you take each cigarette break as five minutes, 100 hours a year equates to just over three cigarettes a day. Think about what you could be doing with that time, and how your new skills could help you get a new job or explore the world.
Did you know?
The pay of bilingual workers can be up to 20% higher that that of those who only speak one language.