Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


In the last few years, the number of teachers using computer-aided language has grown significantly, and numerous articles have been written about the role of technology in the 21st century. The introduction of word processors to schools, colleges and universities in the early 1990s influenced education. This was mainly due to written assignments. The development of the Internet has led to a revolution in the eyes of educators, as online learning tools have become increasingly reliable. Today, the Internet is becoming increasingly popular in the field of foreign language teaching, with more and more teachers and learners being accepted daily.

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