Infusion of English Language in the Afghan Society

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English Literature Faculty shut the door of many Short-term English Training Centers

Alongside with other developments; Afghans needed English language skills. They looked English language as main source of connection with world and noticeably as only source of communication with NATO member countries involved in Afghanistan.

Considering the language gap, the number of academic entrepreneurs established language-learning centers. Afghans rushed toward the them to learn and improve their language skills. Through it was somehow fruitful but it was not a place of providing complete set of English required skills.

To address the issue in deep, ministry of education initiated the faculty of English literature in different Universities of Afghanistan. The four years extensive literature’s education further furnished students and prepared them to emerge and utilize the skills.

The new educational initiative wind-down the short-term English training programs and sped-up absorbing students for a more technical, professional and functional English language. Such avail initiative resulted to produce too many English speakers who work effectively in their working environment.

These days, the percentage of English-speakers in Afghan communities is liberal. It is used as the main way of office communication and a source of academic studies. Now, there are very limited people who may pursue English training in such academies and almost all of them are closed.

Such disruptive innovation of Ministry of Education caused to overshadow the role of such training centers and allowed many Afghan peoples acquire standard English language.

One Comment on “Infusion of English Language in the Afghan Society”

  1. I guess the fight to speak is a concept many Americans don’t quite understand. Afghani people fighting to learn English just to communicate with the rest of the world; meanwhile American’s speak it without noticing. Most countries are multilingual; meanwhile Americans struggle to get students in more than two years of second-language instruction. It’s a wild perspective. Thanks.

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