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The Future of Language Learning: What’s Next?

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The Future of Language Learning: What's Next?

Knowing at least one foreign language can open many doors. With the development of technology, the way we learn changes.

Studying a language is not an exception. So what’s next in the world of language learning? Lingomee presents a few ideas on how language learning could develop in the future.

Development of the Language Learning Apps

Language learning apps are becoming more and more popular. They are a cheap or even free option to learn a language, so they can be used even by learners who cannot afford regular language classes.

Additionally, they are accessible and have made learning a language possible while commuting to work, resting, or even five minutes before bed.

Because of that, many apps keep developing. Some of them are no longer one way tools, but rather bring to mind classes with a private tutor.

Others use virtual reality to make the learning process a more immersive experience for the user.

There is a big chance that learning apps will develop even more, making learning a language easier than it ever has been.

The development of learning apps is now more possible thanks to technology and the fact that it can make itself smarter.

Knowing at Least One Extra Language Will Be More Common

Thanks to higher popularity of language apps and better access to pop culture, learning a language will be more available.

In effect, we can expect that more and more people will speak at least one extra language, no matter their socio-economic background.

It can increase the communication between people, improve understanding of different cultures, but also build a more competitive job market.

Changing the Way Language Is Taught at Schools

Many people who speak a language fluently have had to invest their own money in learning with private tutors. While many schools offer extra language classes, they are often not very effective.

Teachers encourage memorization instead of practical use of the language. Grammar is praised over communication, and that can discourage people who struggle with those parts of language learning.

There is a chance that a new generation of teachers that struggle with teaching a language at school will know how to be more effective, encouraging, and teach the language in the way that actually works.

If that happens, people who cannot afford extra private classes will also have the chance to master a language.

What Will Be the Next Lingua Franca?

The English language is the world’s lingua franca, and it will probably keep that title for much longer since it’s the language used in politics, business, and in popular culture. However, depending on political and economical changes, in the future a new lingua franca can emerge.

While English is extremely popular, surely it won’t erase other languages, although it influences vocabulary in many languages.

Language is a form of communication as well as expression of cultures, and this is why people will keep using their native languages and dialects, even while knowing a second, third, or even fourth foreign language.

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Salman Ahmad is a seasoned writer for CTN News, bringing a wealth of experience and expertise to the platform. With a knack for concise yet impactful storytelling, he crafts articles that captivate readers and provide valuable insights. Ahmad's writing style strikes a balance between casual and professional, making complex topics accessible without compromising depth.

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