In this modern-day and age, good communication is vital. We communicate with dozens of people every single day. Some of them are colleagues, some of them are new friends and some of them we may meet in a local coffee shop. Whatever the situation, communication plays a significant role in our daily life. However, in these continually evolving times in which we encounter people from all over the world, there may be millions or billions of people who do not speak your language. This is why there is a need for learning a Universal Language through which people of all races, cultures, nations, ethnicities, and religions can communicate. Hence, learning English as a second language is crucial in this ever-growing and ever blending world.