Language learning Market Share, size projection, current updates, and forecasts until 2031

Language learning Market Share, size projection, current updates, and forecasts until 2031

This Language Learning report covers statistics relating to the business competition plan, business strategists, advantages and pitfalls of cost and incomes of business products and services from effective vendors in the Language Learning market. To determine the dimensions of the industry, the Language Learning report assesses the incomes generated by analyzing vendors around the world. Evolution of the dynamics and market trends Language learning, mapping of opportunities and contributions of professionals in the sector regarding technological discoveries.

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The Language Learning study report offers an overview of the components contributing to good results in the global market with a study in addition to the producers controlling the company. The Language Learning market analyzed the global market requirements for industry, for example, type capacity, production, distribution, demand, price, profit, promotion forecast, and growth rate.

Global Language Learning Market Segmentation By Manufacturers Include: Berlitz, EF Education First, Inlingua, Pearson ELT, Rosetta Stone, Sanako

By Type:

  • Blended learning
  • online learning

By Application:

  • Institutional learners
  • individual learners

Geographical regions / countries include:

  • North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia, Spain and rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, Russia and rest of Asia-Pacific)
  • Latin America (Cuba, Brazil, Argentina and the rest of Latin America)
  • Middle East and Africa (South Africa, GCC and rest of Middle East and Africa)

Highlights of the report on the economics of Language Learning include:

* Main makers of the economy Language learning

* By product diagnosis

* By app evaluation

* Market section by regions / countries

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The importance of the report on the economy of Language learning

Make informed business decisions using comprehensive information on Language Learning’s market share and creating a comprehensive assessment of market sections.

The Language Learning market report offers an accurate assessment for altering competitive dynamics.

It provides prospective insight into various variables driving or controlling the development of the Language Learning market.

It provides an accurate assessment of the changing dynamics of the rivalry Language learning also allows you to stay in front of your opponents.

It helps in Language Learning market share by understanding the crucial product sections along with their potential future potential.

It gives a 10-year Language Learning forecast forecast calculated based on how the market should increase.

Since the Language Learning market is facing a slowdown in global economic growth, the industry has registered positive progress in recent years and the market size is likely to maintain the typical annual rate of increase through 2031. Language Learning report provides forecast statistics of the market, according to the near future of this and the history with this business facing position, restraints, and growth.


Language learning Global market share 2022 and by 2031

Evolution of the dynamics and market trends Language learning, mapping of opportunities and contributions of professionals in the sector regarding technological discoveries.

Test: what if languages became child’s play?

Learning a foreign language is often seen as a big challenge. But the younger you start, the easier it is. Before age 7, a child’s pronouncement and retention skills are incredible. For a month, we tested for you, with a 5 year old little girl, three online schools and apps to learn English. We tell you everything.

Novakid: à la carte and one-on-one

Learning English with a teacher for yourself, with totally personalized schedules, these are dream conditions. The online English school Novakid did. The concept ? Offer 25-minute sessions by computer, one-to-one with a speaker fluent in English (standard subscription), or even English-speaking (premium version). You must therefore have a correct connection.

The course is based on playing, rehearsal, singing and without translation. Everything is accessible to 4-12 year olds. Not through gestures, expressing an emotion or pointing to objects, the child, including the youngest, understands quickly, and even very quickly. He is congratulated by obtaining stars during the session.

The teachers leave their appreciations after the sessions, always kind and enthusiastic. The student can access a dedicated area to repeat the exercises at home, challenge other children to an online memory (in English of course) and earn stars for changing avatars. Parents have their own space and have access to a wealth of educational material (printable sheets, flash cards, coloring pages, etc.). The offer is frankly comprehensive and attractive.

Price: 30.80 euros per month (one lesson per week). Other options are available.
The strong point: the interaction with a teacher! By chatting with an interlocutor, your child is not in the virtual world. His mistakes are corrected immediately and in a good mood.
The small brake: the price. Private lessons and personalized follow-up have a cost, which is not accessible to all budgets

Kokoro lingua: when children become… teachers!

How about learning English from a teacher… your age? This is the super original idea developed by Kokoro lingua , based in Switzerland. Every week, English speaking children speak to you on video. One of the keys to success: short, fun sessions and the ability to watch the video as many times as you want, whenever you want, without stress. Proof that these “Kokoro kids” are zen, each session ends with a short relaxation sequence.

Based on Montessori pedagogy, the method, which focuses on mimicry, immersion and openness to others, is aimed at 3-8 year olds with a promise: 250 English words and expressions in 12 months, i.e. basics of everyday conversation. In all, the child will be able to discover 28 videos, plus 8 bonuses which will offer activities of daily life to reproduce: playing memory, making pancakes, counting toys, dressing …

Gold medalist at the Lépine competition in 2018, Kokoro lingua offers a very rich content, games, cooking recipes, coloring pages, contests and even Free style workshops (included in the subscription), to discuss a theme , live with an animator and other children. On each occasion, the team scrambles to enrich its content: Easter, Christmas … and even confinement!

Price: 79 euros for 6 months, 119 euros for one year.
The strong point: the originality of the concept, since it is children who teach children, all through multiple activities of everyday life. Nothing like it to remove shyness!
The little drag: As the videos are recorded, there is no real interaction. So you have to get used to the format and persevere if your child doesn’t immediately catch up with it because the content is (really) worth it.

Holy Owly: A Cool Superhero Adventure

At Holy Owly , the child is a superhero who must save the planet. Five minutes a day, he logs in for a series of fun exercises. With each success, he obtains stars which will allow him to buy clothes and accessories for his character, to win food (waste) for Moon, his pet, and virtual images at the end of the session (each month ). Holy Owly also regularly emails activities to do with the family, illustrated and in English (Easter eggs, spring plantings, recipes, etc.).

Every day he learns three new words. Each week, the theme changes (clothes, professions, colors, animals, etc.). And at the end of each month, the hero changes the city to be saved. In addition to working on English, the child therefore also works on geography and common knowledge.

The method is oral. The application has a voice recognition system with two modes: advanced or novice. It is also possible to purchase a 15-minute session by Skype to allow children to validate their skills with a teacher.

Holy Owly was developed in 2015 by two sisters from Besançon, Stéphanie Bourgeois and Julie Boucon. It is aimed at 3-11 year olds, but parental help should be provided for the little ones nonetheless. It was voted the best English app for children recommended by the Ministry of Economy and Finance during Covid-19 last spring.

Price: 9.99 euros per month, 59.99 euros per year (temporary promo offer).
The strong point: the child learns without realizing it … in just five minutes a day. It’s not time consuming, and the allure of earning stars to “buy” character clothes increases the motivation to succeed.
The small brake: the application is only available on smartphones and tablets, and not on computers, which would add visual comfort. However, screen exposure only lasts five minutes a day. It’s largely bearable!