Monthly Archives: March 2011

Speaking Competence.

Speaking is a very important area of activity for foreign language learners if they will be using the foreign language for interpersonal purposes. There is need for speaking in virtually all situations where foreign language learners participate in a foreign … Continue reading

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Importance Of Reading.

Reading is the most important area of activity for individuals to engage in the development of the foreign language competence, and it’s important as well for interpersonal functions and for merely “getting along” in any literate society. For many language … Continue reading

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Importance Of Listening.

Listening accounts for most of the language input for the native language acquisition by children, but foreign language learners often have much less opportunity to hear their new language and therefore receive proportionally less input through this channel. Listening is … Continue reading

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