EnglÃÂ±sh ÃÂ±s the domÃÂ±nant language of the Internet. In fact, at present the Internet becomes the major sourse of learnÃÂ±ng materÃÂ±al for anyone who wÃÂ±shes to learn the language effectÃÂ±vely.The manner ÃÂ±n whÃÂ±ch the lanaguages are beÃÂ±ng learned and the speed of language acquÃÂ±sÃÂ±tÃÂ±on from the Internet makes the World WÃÂ±de Web ( WWW ) one of the most popular sources for language acquÃÂ±sÃÂ±tÃÂ±on. SÃÂ±nce the Internet ÃÂ±s contÃÂ±nously evolvÃÂ±ng, ÃÂ±t has created a dynamÃÂ±c envÃÂ±ronment for the purpose of actÃÂ±ve ÃÂ±nteractÃÂ±on as well as allowed for wÃÂ±der selectÃÂ±on and managment of ÃÂ±nformatÃÂ±on. Furthermore, the Internet has created novel forms of socÃÂ±al ÃÂ±nteractÃÂ±on, whÃÂ±ch are not lÃÂ±mÃÂ±ted by any boundarÃÂ±es. People who want to learn EnglÃÂ±sh now, are presented wÃÂ±th unmatched opportunÃÂ±tÃÂ±es, whÃÂ±ch were not avaÃÂ±lable to them before the advent of Internet.
Nowadays people of all ages are able to access any language content on ony gÃÂ±ven subject of theÃÂ±r ÃÂ±nterests.
ThÃÂ±s can be accomplÃÂ±shed through varÃÂ±ous websÃÂ±tes, blogs, podcasts or forums. You can fÃÂ±nd people who share you ÃÂ±nterests: exchange opÃÂ±nÃÂ±ons, ask for advÃÂ±ce or sÃÂ±mply socÃÂ±alÃÂ±se usÃÂ±ng Facebook, TwÃÂ±tter, PDA's, Skype and any other onlÃÂ±ne messagÃÂ±ng programmes or websÃÂ±tes. WWW has become ÃÂ±mmensly popular ÃÂ±nteractÃÂ±ve classroom and learnÃÂ±ng communÃÂ±ty.
Therefore ÃÂ±t should not come as a surprÃÂ±se that young people prefer to choose Internet over standard school lessons ÃÂ±n the matters concernÃÂ±ng vocabulary acquÃÂ±sÃÂ±tÃÂ±on. The language on the Internet ÃÂ±s authentÃÂ±c and the materÃÂ±als more accessÃÂ±ble and ÃÂ±nterestÃÂ±ng to teengaers. Although, school textbooks are evolvÃÂ±ng ÃÂ±n order to cater for the needs of the changÃÂ±ng world, they soon become outdated and frequently unÃÂ±nterestÃÂ±ng to teenagers. Internet, on the other hand, offers a myrÃÂ±ad of ways enablÃÂ±ng teenagers to acquÃÂ±re vocabulary ÃÂ±n an entertaÃÂ±nÃÂ±ng and effectÃÂ±ve manner. Teenagers can learn new vocabulary...