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  • Abhi

    June 10, 2021 at 8:21 PM

    Learning a new language can also be quite tedious and cumbersome. However, nowadays, the popularity of web-based online language learning apps has shot up, enabling people from various geographical zones, cultural and ethnic backgrounds to learn whenever and wherever they are in the world.

    In my opinion, people who not only study on their own but also the classes and sessions should be online. Nowadays, almost anyone has got constant access to mobile phones, which has been immensely beneficial with respect to learning a new language. These applications are designed and coded with such precision that they have become a handy solution to language barriers as they help to track one’s progress. For example, apps like Duolingo, Grammarly, Ginger provide constant reminders and also analyse one’s progress through detailed graphs and charts. Traveling to such regions or countries where the language is spoken, even if it is not always affordable, helps to accurately comprehend the language.

    On the other hand, with such applications on the market, the actual need to hire native language tutors or multilingual tutors has decreased drastically all over the world. Each and every one has got different needs and special requirements when it comes to learning. Many people prefer an audio-visual aid to writing and reading. Hence, such requirements can not be met in a class, where the attention of the teacher can be divided.

    To conclude, it can be said that, despite the indisputable benefit of learning face to face from learned, experienced and erudite professionals, many people prefer the online method of learning a language. A new language may prompt people to provide critical communication, but learning varies from person to person and is entirely up to them.

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