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THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL NETWORKS ON THE EVOLUTION OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE - A TEACHER/STUDENT APPROACH

Adelina Hoxhaj

Abstract


People have always looked for novel ways to communicate with one another throughout human history. Humans once drew pictures to communicate their ideas; later, they began to utilize symbols and letters. Humans have utilized a variety of methods to communicate through speech and body language. In the past, individuals would transmit official or informal letters using special messengers; on other instances, notably during times of conflict, people would convey messages using birds. As time went on, industrial development produced a number of innovations, including the telephone, which was later superseded by computers, tablets, and cell phones.Regardless of the tools people employed, the necessity for communication persisted. As computer technology has advanced greatly in recent years, people have begun to use various platforms known as social networks.

Keywords: Language, teacher, student, social networks, classroom.


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