If you are weak in speaking English, now Google will help you, will give a 3 minute class on every search.

If you are weak in speaking English, now Google will help you, will give a 3 minute class on every search.

Google is soon going to launch personalized feedback feature in India, Indonesia, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela which will help users in learning English. If your English is weak or you have problem in vocabulary, then now Google will solve your problem. For this, the company has collaborated with teachers and ESL/EFL educational experts to create a speaking practice experience that will make your English effective. When you search to translate a word on Google, you will see a pop up asking you to learn English. 

How to learn English

Actually, whenever you translate a word from English to Hindi or from Hindi to English through Google search, the company will show you a practice option, on clicking which a tutorial page with 4 to 5 slides will open. Here Google will ask you many questions which you will have to answer. Google will also show 3 to 4 other sentences based on your answer and will also show how you can say that thing in different ways. Apart from this, the company will also give you feedback related to grammar which will tell you what is the mistake in your sentence and what is the correct sentence. You will get to see all this in every slide. Along with this, vocabulary of every sentence will also be available.  

To practice English every day, Google will ask you to sign up. Every day you will have to attend a session of 3 to 4 minutes like this. The company’s new feature is based on a deep learning model called Deep Aligner. The company has prepared it in collaboration with its translation team. In the coming time, the company will also add more languages ​​to this feature so that you will be able to translate into English from other languages ​​also. 

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