COMPUTER-BASED INTERACTION IN THE PROCESS OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES
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English plays a vital role in being globally spread as a primary and secondary language, not least through the usage of web-based communication tools. The dominance of English is due to the fact that the more people learn and use a language, the more useful it is and thus the more attracting it is for people to learn it (Seidlhofer, Breiteneder, & Pitzl, 2006). As far as technology implemented in language education is concerned, web based writing environments are increasingly being used and studied, even though there are still few studies to date of such environments.
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