Avoid second language anxiety
For language learners, one of the biggest obstacles to overcome is second language anxiety. While learning, many language learners have a fear of practicing or using the language with native speakers or in real-world scenarios. This fear can keep many language learners from ever building up enough confidence to really use the new language.
Much of this fear comes from not being able to practice speaking enough while learning. With speech recognition, you can practice your language skills regularly without the fear of being wrong or embarrassed. And with the immediate feedback you receive, you can continue to gain confidence that you are using the language correctly, which will help you begin to use the language in real-world scenarios.
Greater flexibility to learn
Serious language learners have often been left with few options for learning. If you really need to learn a new language for work or travel, private lessons have traditionally been your only option. While private lessons are very efficient and produce great results, they require you to schedule lessons with an instructor to get feedback and practice speaking.
With speech recognition and language learning, serious learners are able to have the same level of speaking practice without always needing to schedule lessons with an instructor. This flexibility allows you to learn on your time and at your own pace. The freedom to practice speaking at any time with speech recognition makes learning a new language on your own a more attractive option for serious language learners.
For any language learner that has tried language apps in the past and has been disappointed in not gaining fluency, speech recognition could be just the thing for you. It provides a better experience for learners and more flexibility. Ultimately, speech recognition and language learning are poised to bring language to more people than ever before. It can open the world for a whole new generation of language learners.