Mobile Application For Language Learning Systems

Hadi Suprayitno, Anugerah Heny


Language has a fundamentally social function.
Processes of human interaction along with domain-general
cognitive processes shape the structure and knowledge of
language. Recent research in the cognitive sciences has
demonstrated that patterns of use strongly affect how language
is acquired, is used, and changes. This research is to develop an
application for learning French, Korean, Japanese Palembang
and Basa Jawa Languanges. Syntax, semantics and sentence
structure for each language must be considered in the design.
Android is chosen to make this application able to be used in
mobile fashion. Gathering and Analyzing Data related to each
language is conducted first before carrying out design and
coding the system. Conclusion is withdrawn from the system
testing and its evaluation results.


language, mobile application, complex adaptive system (CAS), language learning system, android platform.

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