Easy To Learn
Spanish is one of the easiest foreign languages to learn, and written Spanish is almost completely phonetic: Look at almost any Spanish word and you can tell how it is pronounced.
Similar to English
Much of the vocabulary of English has Latin origins, much of which came to English by way of French, since Spanish is also a Latin language. Similarly, both Spanish and English share Indo-European roots, so their grammars are similar. For example, to gain an understanding of English verbs' tenses and moods by learning how those verbs are used in Spanish.
Knowing Spanish People and Culture
While most of us can't hope to learn the languages of more than one or two cultures other than that of our own, those that we can learn help us to learn how other people learn and think. When I read Latin American or Spanish newspapers, for example, I often find that I gain a sense of how other people think and feel, a way that is different than my own. Spanish also offers a wealth of literature, both modern and traditional.
No matter where you're , let’s say if you are in India and work in one of the helping professions or in education, you'll find your opportunities expand by knowing Spanish. And wherever you live, if you're in any occupation that involves international trade, communications or tourism, you'll similarly find opportunities to use your new language skills.
Whether you enjoy talking, reading, or mastering challenges, you'll find all of them in learning Spanish. For many people, there's something inherently enjoyable about successfully speaking in another tongue, the efforts pay off quickly when you finally get to use your skills. For many people, Spanish offers the most rewards with the least effort of any foreign language. It's never too late to begin learning.