Do you want to learn English? THIS new Google search feature will help you; here is how | Technology news

New Delhi: Google hosted a Pixel launch event earlier this week, where it unveiled the Pixel 6 line of smartphones. The company then made minor but significant changes to its Gmail and Google Docs systems. However, the company has yet to complete the upgrades.

Google Search is the most recent Google service to receive an update. Google recently revealed a new option for its customers to improve their English skills using Google search. It will also help Google search users who are fluent in the language to learn new words and therefore improve their language skills.

Understanding the meaning of new words helps unlock information for people in their daily lives, and around the world in September, according to Google Trends, the most popular English definitions were ‘introvert’ followed by ‘integrity’. With that in mind, we’ve created an easy-to-use feature that not only helps you discover different words, but also sparks your curiosity, ”Google wrote in a blog post.

Simply put, the new Google search feature helps users learn new English terms every day through notifications they need to subscribe to first. Users who have subscribed will receive daily notifications with the new terms. It can be tedious to learn a new word and its meaning. It is also likely that after a few days users will forget about it. As a result, in order to help users learn and remember a term, Google search will also tell them some fascinating fact about the world, which will make their memory easier.

How to subscribe to the Google search function

It is very easy to subscribe to this feature in Google search. To register, users simply need to use Google search to search for the definition of any English word, then click on the bell icon in the upper right corner.

This feature is currently only available in English. Google said that “there are words suitable for both English learners and common speakers, and you will soon be able to choose different difficulty levels.”



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