At present, the online education market is hot. In 2017, the scale of China's online language education market is expected to reach 37.56 billion yuan, and the number of users will exceed 26 million. In the future, the scale and user scale of online education will continue to grow. In the online language education market, English is the absolute protagonist. According to iResearch, over 80% of students learn English, followed by Japanese, French, Korean and other languages. The Chinese are in a very awkward position in terms of language learning. According to IELTS official website data, the average score of IELTS speaking Chinese candidates in 2017 is 5.64,
and this data is in the bottom position in the business email list world, which fully shows the dilemma of Chinese language learning. In language learning, oral language seems to be the most feared part of Chinese people. After learning foreign languages for more than ten years, after various exams, large and small, many people can understand and understand, but when they speak, they are at a loss. Some students with high scores in grades 4 and 6 in their hands are communicating with foreigners, but they find that they can only use incoherent words and cannot communicate at all.
The domestic market has also noticed this problem, and a variety of oral practice apps have emerged. In the data extracted by Qimai, among the 395 apps in the English learning category, 67 are word memorization tools; 215 are related to listening and speaking exercises, accounting for 54.4%. However, among the spoken language apps on the market, most of them are based on three modes: oral language courses, accent training, and human-computer interaction, and users lack communication in real scenarios. The author briefly sorts out the commonly used spoken language apps on the market.