Computer assisted language learning

Svitlana Zhytska

Abstract


The article considers the main advantages and disadvantages of computer-assisted language learning, exercises to develop students’ communicative competence are suggested. Also the possibilities of the Internet to develop foreign language skills are determined and the necessity to apply modern methods and technologies in the foreign language teaching is highlighted.


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