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English is one of the most difficult subjects, especially since this subject are presented in every semester in the school whether it is junior or in high school. In addition, this lesson is also considered boring, one of the factors causing it is the process of learning in the classroom that still uses conventional methods of lectures and media, it is better if this lesson is presented in a new form, which is more interesting and raises the passion of learning towards students. One of the emerging technologies today is the android app, almost every student has android with a quota of data package of course, and it allows students to be able to access it anywhere and anytime. One of the applications that exist on android is a language game, or a form of game that directs students in learning English. Teachers can take the advantage of this game's application to intersperse the learning process in the classroom. In addition, the game's application on android is accessible to students anytime and anywhere, so students can learn not only in the classroom but also in outside the classroom, at home, anywhere. In addition to appealing, game applications on android is a form of mobile-based learning implementation that can increase interest and student learning achievements, because indirectly students will be trained through the game they always play in this android app.


Game, Android, English Learning

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