Most language learning tips you’ll find on the internet are all about using technology... ...especially mobile technology. A quick google search and you’ll find a range of tips which encourage visiting websites, downloading apps and online software. However, not everyone is a computer wizzkid. What if you want to learn a language without having to rely on technology? You would be forgiven for thinking that isn’t possible, especially given how much technology and online software is advertised on a daily basis. It might come as surprise for...
Many areas of language learning and teaching are dichotomies: they come in pairs. Fluency is no exception to this phenomenon. Where you find ‘fluency’, you also find ‘accuracy.’ So, let’s start with the other partner in crime in this dichotomy: what exactly is accuracy? According to the British Council (Online) it is “how correct” learners use the “language system”, which includes “use of grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary.” In short, it is producing language correctly. So, if accuracy is being correct, then what is fluency? ...
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