The key to developing language skills is through real practice. Hence, language learning particularly Second and/or Foreign language learning should be backed up by sufficient real practices. Moreover, it would be better if learners involve in authentic communicative opportunities which could be realized by interacting with a native speaker. In fact, in countries such as Ethiopia, it may be difficult to find genuine native communicative environments; however, it is possible to use authentic recordings which could serve as alternative remedies to fill the gap.
Biniam Atnafe Beyene
Biniam Atnafe Beyene (PhD) in Applied Linguistics and Communication has been a lecturer with more than fourteen years of teaching experience at different Universities in Ethiopia. At present, he is teaching at Addis Ababa Science and Technology University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHIATRY / General