Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
Yes, to all of the above. The people who are sent to these countries to do business are sent because they're good at what they do, and the language skill is icing on the cake.
To the OP, I'd say save your time and get good at whatever it is you're good at. That's a better investment of your time, IMO.
And even if the language is your primary skill, such as in translation or interpretation, you still...