KR20120032121A - Recoding media saving language learning program - Google Patents

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KR20120032121A
KR20120032121A KR1020100093567A KR20100093567A KR20120032121A KR 20120032121 A KR20120032121 A KR 20120032121A KR 1020100093567 A KR1020100093567 A KR 1020100093567A KR 20100093567 A KR20100093567 A KR 20100093567A KR 20120032121 A KR20120032121 A KR 20120032121A
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Abstract

PURPOSE: A recording medium which is deciphered by a computer storing a language learning program is provided to naturally learn a structure of specific language through a block puzzle. CONSTITUTION: A language learning program comprises a vocabulary block data base(110) and a user interface module(200). The vocabulary block data base stores a plurality of vocabulary blocks. The user interface module receives a subject block, a verb block, and an object block among the plurality of vocabulary blocks. The user interface module combines two blocks in case the verb block and the subject block are a combinable pair. The user interface module completes one sentence by combining two blocks in case the verb block and the object block are a combinable pair.

Description

Computer-readable recording medium for storing language learning programs

Embodiments of the present invention relate to a computer-readable recording medium for storing a language learning program that learns the structure of a specific language by combining each word constituting a sentence into blocks and combining them with each other.

In Korea, almost all students, including university students, spend too much time teaching English. The talented people demanded by the international community want talents and creative thinkers who are exceptional in a particular field, but Korean students spend too much time studying English, so they have time to invest their time and effort in their areas of interest. It is relatively lacking compared to English-speaking students. As a result, competition in the international community is often overwhelmed, leading to the deterioration of Korea's competitiveness.

One reason why Koreans do not learn English easily is that the order of Korean and English is different. In other words, Korean is basically the order of subject + object + verb, whereas English is the order of subject + verb + object. Therefore, it is not easy to hear or read English sentences at once.

In addition, in the case of English, Koreans are unfamiliar with the suffixes of the verbs depending on whether the subject is a person or singular / plural.

Because of such unfamiliar differences in sentence order or verb changes, when you come across a long sentence in English, it is difficult to grasp the structure of the sentence.

An object of the present invention is to provide a computer-readable recording medium for storing a language learning program that can naturally learn the sentence structure of a particular language using word blocks.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention provides a word block database for storing a plurality of vocabulary blocks, and a subject block, a verb block, and an object block of the plurality of word blocks. Selecting and combining the two blocks side by side if the verb block and the subject block are a pair that can be combined; and combining the two blocks side by side if the verb block portion and the object block of the combined block are a pair that can be combined; In one embodiment, a computer-readable recording medium storing a language learning program including a user interface module for performing a step of completing a sentence is proposed.

Here, when one sentence is completed by combining the word blocks, the user interface module may further perform a step of outputting the completed sentence as a voice.

The user interface module may further include outputting a modifier of the subject to an extended portion of the verb block when the sentence is completed by combining the word blocks and extending the combined portion of the verb block and the subject block; At least one of outputting a modifier of the object may be further performed while the coupling portion of the verb block and the object block is extended.

Meanwhile, in order to solve the above problem, the present invention includes selecting a subject block, a verb block, and an object block among a plurality of vocabulary blocks, and the verb block and the subject. Combining two blocks side by side if the block is a combinable pair; and completing a sentence as a whole by combining two blocks side by side if the verb block portion and the object block of the combined block are a combinable pair; The method is proposed in another embodiment.

The language learning method may further include outputting the completed sentence as a voice when one sentence is completed by combining the word blocks.

The language learning method may further include outputting a modifier of the subject to an extended portion of the verb block when the sentence is completed by combining the word blocks and extending the combined portion of the verb block and the subject block; At least one of outputting a modifier of the object may be further included in the extension portion of the verb block and the object block.

In the above embodiments, when the word of the verb block and the word of the subject block are grammatically correct, the verb block and the subject block are fastened to fit each other in a male and female shape, and the word of the verb block and the object block When the word of is grammatically correct, the verb block and the object block may be fastened to a male and female shape to fit the fastening portion.

In the above embodiments, the language learning program may be implemented as an application-based program or a web-based program running on a web application server.

According to the embodiments of the present invention, when learning a language of a foreign country having a different language and a native language, the learning effect is doubled because a block puzzle can be naturally learned through a block puzzle.

In addition, since they learn other languages using block puzzles, they cause more fun and interest than when they use books, which minimizes their reluctance to learn languages.

In addition, if a complete sentence is completed with a block puzzle, the sentence is read by the native speaker's voice and designed to follow it, so that not only the learning of writing but also the listening and speaking practice can be performed in one stop.

Also, even after completing the simplest sentence with block puzzles, it provides a way to add modifiers by expanding between each block so that complex sentences can be learned naturally without burden.

1 illustrates examples of word blocks used in language learning of the present invention.
2A to 2D illustrate the principle of language learning using the word blocks of FIG. 1.
3A-3C illustrate the principles of extended language learning.
4 is a block diagram showing a main configuration of a language learning program according to an embodiment of the present invention.
5 shows an example of the configuration of the word block database.
6 shows an example of the configuration of the voice file database.
7A to 7D show examples of various themes applied to the fastening part.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described embodiments of the present invention; In the drawings, parts irrelevant to the description are omitted to clearly describe the present invention, and the same reference numerals are used for the same parts throughout the specification.

When any part of the specification is to "include" any component, this means that it may further include other components, except to exclude other components unless otherwise stated. In addition, the terms “… unit”, “module”, etc. described in the specification mean a unit that processes at least one function or operation, which may be implemented by hardware or software, or a combination of hardware and software.

In addition, the term 'recording medium' throughout the specification refers to a nonvolatile memory, and is a portable device such as a data CD (compact disk), a universal serial bus (USB) memory, a memory stick, a memory card, and the like. Memory and non-portable memory such as hard disks, floppy disks, static memory (SRAM), and the like. In particular, when the recording medium is a hard disk, a computer device equipped with the hard disk is provided to provide a download server for distributing the language learning program of the present invention to users or a web-based language learning program of the present invention online. It can be implemented as a web application server.

Hereinafter, English will be described as an example of the language to be studied. However, since this is for convenience of description, the target language to which the present invention is applied is not limited to English, and any foreign language may be modified and implemented in the same principle. In particular, it can be applied more effectively to foreign languages with different language and word order.

Principles of Language Learning

The principles of language learning applied to the language learning method and language learning program of the present invention are briefly described as follows.

1 illustrates examples of word blocks used in language learning according to the present invention, and FIGS. 2A to 2D illustrate principles of language learning using the word blocks.

In embodiments of the present invention, the word block (vocabulary block 10) is a body 11, the word is displayed, and the fastening portion 12 formed on the side of the body 11 for coupling with other word blocks The fastening part 12 may be formed on one side or both sides of the body 11 according to the type of the word block.

In addition, 'word' displayed on the body 11 of the word block 10 may be a single word, but may also be a phrase in which articles and words or adjectives and words are combined. In addition, a suffix or a prefix indicating a plurality, zoning or gender, etc. may be combined with a prototype of a word.

Meanwhile, in the embodiment of the present invention, it is assumed that the word block 10 is largely divided into a subject block, a verb block, and an object block.

In the example of Figure 1, the subject block (S10) is a phrase 'My mom' is displayed on the cuboid-shaped body 11, the fastening portion 12 formed by the arrow-shaped fastening groove 12 is located on the right side of the body (11) It is provided. Here, the body 11 of the subject block S10 may be implemented to imply that the present block is the beginning of a sentence by processing the corners located at the left side of the subject block in round.

In addition, the verb block V10 has the phrase 'knows' displayed on the rectangular parallelepiped body 11, and a fastening part 12 formed by an arrow-shaped fastening protrusion is provided on the left side of the body 11 and has a trapezoidal shape. A fastening part 12 formed with a fastening protrusion is provided on the left side of the body 11.

In addition, the object block (O10), the main block (S10) is a phrase 'a boy' is displayed on the body 11 of the rectangular parallelepiped shape, the fastening portion 12 formed of a trapezoidal fastening groove 12 is the body 11 It is provided on the left side of the. Here, the body 11 of the object block (O10) can be implemented to imply that this block is the end of the sentence by processing the corners located on the right side of the round.

The principle of learning the structure of an English sentence using a plurality of word blocks including the word blocks S10, V10 and O10 of FIG. 1 is as follows.

First, assume that there are two subject blocks labeled 'They' and 'My mom', one verb block labeled 'knows', and two object blocks labeled 'he' and 'a boy'. do.

As shown in Figure 2a, the main block (S10 ') marked with' They 'is a fastening portion is formed of a star-shaped fastening groove, but the left fastening portion of the verb block (V10) is formed by an arrow-shaped fastening protrusion, both of which can be combined Can't. This grammatically expresses the fact that the plural first person 'They' and the singular verb 'knows' do not match each other in the shape of the fastening part provided in the two blocks S10 and V10.

On the other hand, as shown in Figure 2b, the fastening portion of the main block (S10) and the left fastening portion of the verb block (V10) marked 'My mom' are both arrow-shaped, so both can be combined without a problem. This grammatically expresses that the singular 'My mom' and the singular verb 'knows' match with each other in the shape of the joint of the two blocks (S10, V10).

Next, as shown in Figure 2c, since the right fastening portion of the verb block (V10) marked 'knows' is formed of a trapezoidal fastening protrusion, the left fastening portion of the object block (O10') is formed of an elliptical fastening groove Both cannot be combined. This is expressed in the form of the fastening part provided in the two blocks (V10, O10 ') that grammatically the main expression' he 'should not come in place of the object.

On the contrary, as shown in FIG. 2D, since the right fastening portion of the verb block V10 and the left fastening portion of the object block O10 marked with 'a boy' are both trapezoidal in shape, both may be combined without a problem. This grammatically expresses that the singular noun can come in place of the object in the shape of the fastening part provided in the two blocks (V10, O10).

As described above, the user can naturally learn the sentence structure of English according to the correct grammar by finding word blocks that can be combined with each other and confirming the words displayed on the blocks.

3A-3C illustrate the principles of extended language learning.

The extended language learning principle is described by taking the sentence of the block (“My mom / knows / a boy”) completed in FIG. 2D as an example.

In English, after a noun, a modifier describing the noun may be added, and an 'expansion block' will be used to express it as a word block of the present invention. Here, since the modifier phrase displayed in the expansion block can be regarded as a concept dependent on the word to be modified, the expansion block is preferably designed to be expanded from the word block in which the modified word is displayed.

A predetermined sentence expansion menu may be provided so that the user can expand the expansion block from the word block. The sentence expansion menu may be provided in the menu bar at the top of the screen, but the formula phrase may be implemented in a button shape in a specific portion of the expandable word block or in a slide menu displayed by right-clicking on the word block. It is desirable to be able to intuitively understand that it is an extension.

In the example of FIG. 3A, when a predetermined sentence expansion menu for the subject block S10 is selected to expand the modifier of “My mom” displayed on the subject block S10, the subject block S10 is expanded in a slide form. An expansion block S10_ex showing "watering the garden" appears.

In addition, in the example of FIG. 3B, when a predetermined sentence expansion menu for the object block O10 is selected to expand the modifier of “a boy” displayed on the object block O10, the object block O10 is in a slide form. The expansion block (O10_ex) appears with "who likes sports" displayed.

In addition, when nouns are included in the expansion block of the subject block S10 or the expansion block (first expansion block) of the object block O10, the corresponding expansion block is expanded again in a sliding form and the nouns of the first expansion block are added. It may be implemented such that a second expansion block in which a modifier phrase is indicated appears. In order to display the second expansion block, the user may use the sentence expansion menu provided in the menu bar at the top of the screen, implement a button shape on a specific part of the first expansion block, or display it by right-clicking on the word block. Can be implemented in the slide menu.

In other words, in the example of FIG. 3C, when the sentence expansion menu is selected by right-clicking on the first expansion block to expand the modifier of “watering the garden” displayed in the first expansion block of the subject block S10, The first expansion block is expanded in the slide form again, and a second expansion block S10_ex2 displaying "that she bought last year" appears.

Similarly, it is not difficult for those skilled in the art to implement the n-th extension block by extending the (n-1) th extension block. (N is an integer of 2 or more)

The user can first determine what the basic structure of the English sentence is through the process of Figures 2a to 2d, and secondly determine what form the basic sentence is expanded through the process of Figures 3a to 3c. By practicing these steps over and over again, you can develop the ability to quickly grasp the structure of complex English sentences involved in mathematical relationships.

In particular, since the phrases for modifying nouns can be formalized into the types shown in Table 1, it can be readily understood that a noun is found in a long sentence, followed by the phrases in Table 1 to begin the mathematical relationship for modifying nouns.







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to ing
~ ed / ~ en to + verb Prepositions (in, on, of, for, at, to, with, by, etc.) that who which whom where why when (that, which, whom, where, when, why is omitted) Subject + verb (who omit) verb Adjective phrase (adjective chunk)

Language learning programs

4 is a block diagram showing a main configuration of a language learning program according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The example language learning program illustrated in FIG. 4 is referred to as a word block database 110, a speech file database 120, and a user interface module (hereinafter referred to as a “UI module”). It comprises at least one of the (200).

In the word block database 110, a plurality of word blocks used in a language learning program are registered. 5 shows an example of the configuration of the word block database 110.

The word block database 110 of FIG. 5 includes a block identifier (block_id) field 110-1, a word (vocabulary) field 110-2, a block left field 110-3, and a block right side. ) Field 110-4, a color field 110-5, and an extended expression phrase (ext_phrase) field 110-6.

The block identifier field 110-1 stores a uniquely assigned identifier for every word block registered in the word block database 110. As shown in the example of FIG. 5, a block identifier may be generated by combining initial letters and serial numbers indicating the type of a word block (a main block, a verb block, or an object block), and if each word block can be uniquely represented, It doesn't matter if you create the block identifier in this way.

The word field 110-2 stores a word to be displayed in the word block, and the extended formula phrase field 110-6 stores a formula phrase to be displayed in the extended block.

The block left side field 110-3 and the block right side field 110-4 specify the shape of the fastening portion of the word block, and the color field 110-5 specifies the color of the word block.

Each record in the word block database 110 may be viewed as a specification for one word block. For example, from the first record of FIG. 5, the word block of S_0001 is the first block of the subject block, "My mom" is displayed on the block, and a fastening portion is not formed on the left side of the block (null). On the right side, it can be seen that an arrow-shaped fastening groove (arr_f or arrow_female) is formed. In addition, it can be seen that the color of the block is yellow (Y or Yellow) and the expansion block is marked "watering the garden."

Similarly, from the second record of FIG. 5, the word block of V_0004 is the fourth block of the Verb block, the block is marked with "knows", and the left side of the block has an arrow-shaped fastening protrusion (arr_m or arrow_male) is formed and the fastening protrusion (alp_m or alphabet_male) of the alphabet shape is formed on the right side. In addition, it can be seen that the color of the block is blue (B or Blue) and does not have an extension block (null).

The data structure of the word block database 110 does not matter how it is implemented. As a specific example, each record of the word block database 110 may be implemented in an array structure or in a linked list structure.

Meanwhile, each record constituting the word block database 110 may be coded in the form of objects. The object of the word block may be defined as a pseudo code as shown in Table 2.


Object voca_block = {
string block_id;
string vocabulary;
string left;
string right;
char color;
string ext_phrase;
int * voca_block;
}

The word block database 110 and the object code of FIG. 5 are just one example for implementing a word block as a program, and those of ordinary skill in the art may have different program languages and data structures. The word block of the present invention can be easily implemented.

Next, the voice file database 120 stores voice files for words or modifiers stored in the word field 110-2 and the extended modifier field 110-6 of the word block database 110. The voice file is a digitized recording of the narration of the native speaker and can be stored in various extensions such as wav, mp3, and dat.

6 shows an example of the configuration of the voice file database 120. The voice file database 120 of FIG. 6 includes at least one of a block identifier (block_id) field 120-1, a word (vocabulary) field 120-2, and an extended_phrase field 120-3. can do.

The block identifier (block_id) field 120-1 may be configured in the same manner as the block identifier (block_id) field 110-1 of FIG. 5, and may be configured as a primary key when programming using a relational database method. Can play a role.

In the example of FIG. 6, the word field 120-2 of the voice file database 120 of the S_0001 word block corresponds to "My mom.wav" corresponding to "My mom" stored in the word field 110-2 of FIG. The voice file of the voice file is stored in the expansion formula field 120-3 of the voice file database 120 corresponding to "watering the garden" stored in the expansion formula field 110-6 of FIG. wav 'voice files are saved.

5 and 6 illustrate an example in which the word block database 110 and the voice file database 120 are implemented separately, but are not necessarily limited thereto, and one database 110 or 120 may include all the configuration fields 110-. 1 to 110-6 and 120-1 to 120-3).

Next, the UI module 200 will be described.

The UI module 200 receives a selection of a subject block, a verb block, and an object block among a plurality of word blocks from a user; combining the two blocks side by side if the verb block and the subject block are a pair that can be combined; If the verb block portion of the combined block and the object block are a pair that can be combined, the steps of basically combining the two blocks side by side to complete a single sentence are basically performed.

And when the sentence is completed by combining the word blocks, outputting a modifier of the subject on the extended portion while the combined portion of the verb block and the subject block is extended, and the verb block and the object word. As the binding portion of the block is extended, at least one of outputting a modifier of the object may be additionally performed.

In addition, when one sentence is completed by combining the word blocks, the step of outputting the completed sentence by voice may be additionally performed.

In order to perform the above function, the UI module 200 may be specifically configured as follows.

That is, in the example of FIG. 4, the UI module 200 includes a composition module 210, a selection module 220, a block module 230, and a sentence expansion module. and at least one of an extension module 240 and a reading module 250.

The screen configuration module 210 generates each element constituting the execution screen of the language learning program and outputs it to the screen. For example, the screen composition module 210 may configure a window frame on the screen as the language learning program is first executed, and arrange a predetermined menu bar on the top of the window frame. Here, the window frame is a basic frame for distinguishing a language learning program from other programs, and the menu bar includes at least one menu of block search, block extension, and sentence reading.

The block selection module 220 provides a predetermined block selection UI so that a user can select a desired block among the plurality of word blocks.

The example block selection UI outputs word blocks that have been pre-specified for each learning step on the screen in an arbitrary order and position, and the user drags a specific word block and drops it onto another word. Can support block selection.

In another example, the block selection UI has a limited number of word blocks that can be listed on the screen, and when a user inputs a word (or part of a word) to be selected in a predetermined input window and clicks a search button, Displays a word block that exactly matches the searched word on the screen or displays word blocks related to the searched word on the screen. Here, the user may display the input window on the screen by selecting the block search menu of the menu bar.

In addition, the word block associated with the search word may mean a word block including a phrase including the search word or a similar word of the search word. As a specific example, when a user searches by inputting "know", word blocks marked with "know", "knows", "knowledge", and "knowed" may be listed on the screen in a selection waiting state at once.

The block combining module 230 determines whether the first word block selected by the user and the second word block to be combined can be combined with each other, and outputs a shape in which the two blocks are combined when combined. If it is impossible to combine the two blocks, they are separated from each other and printed on the screen. Here, if the two blocks can be combined with each other, even if the first word block is dropped in the vicinity of the second word block, the UI is implemented to be automatically coupled to the second block as if the attraction force of the magnet is acted between the two blocks. When the coupling is impossible, the UI may be implemented to push each other as if the repulsive force of the magnet acts between the first word block and the second word block.

The block combining module 230 uses the word block database 110 to determine whether the first word block and the second word block can be combined with each other.

For example, when the word blocks corresponding to the record of FIG. 5 are listed on the screen, it is assumed that the user selects S_0001 as the first word block and V_0004 as the second word block. The block right side field 110-4 of S_0001 is arrow_f and the block left side field 110-3 of V_0004 is arrow_m Invar, and the block combining module 230 parses the values of the two fields 110-3 and 110-4. Since the word pairs before the lower hyphen ('_') match and the pairs of m and f after the lower hyphen ('_') are preprogrammed as combinable, the word block of S_0001 and the word block of V_0004 are combined. I think it is possible.

If the user selects S_0001 as the first word block and O_0013 as the second word block, the block right side field 110-4 of S_0001 is arrow_f and the block left side field 110-3 of O_0013 is alp_f. The words before the lower hyphen ('_') of the values of the two fields 110-3 and 110-4 do not coincide with each other. Accordingly, the block combining module 230 determines that the word block of S_0001 and the word block of O_0013 cannot be combined.

Sentence expansion module 240, when a sentence is completed by combining a block of words or a portion of a sentence is completed, the sentence is added to the subject or object by modifying the subject block or object block by the user's selection Provides an algorithm and UI to configure the.

A user clicks a block of words to be expanded with a mouse and selects an extension menu of the menu bar, or a block extension among sliding menus expanded by right-clicking a mouse in the block of words to be expanded. The word block can be extended by selecting a menu or by selecting a block extension menu provided in a button shape in a portion of the word block to be expanded, and the word of the word block is expanded in the expanded part. The phrase that modifies is displayed.

In other words, when the word block to be expanded is determined and the block extension menu is selected, the sentence expansion module 240 searches for the expansion formula phrase corresponding to the word of the determined block in the word block database 110. The expanded block is displayed on the expanded portion while outputting the expanded word block on the screen.

As a specific example, a button S10-1 for expanding a block is provided on the lower right side of the main block S10 illustrated in FIG. 3A, and the moment the user clicks the block expansion button S10-1, the subject block is provided. As the right side of S10 expands in a slide form, the phrase “watering the garden” appears to modify “My mom”. Of course, if the subject block (S10) of Figure 3a is represented in 2D instead of 3D may be implemented to click the fastening portion of the arrow shape instead of the block expansion button (S10-1), in addition, those skilled in the art can be modified in various ways to block expansion button (S10-1) can be implemented.

When the reading module 250 completes one sentence by combining word blocks, the reading module 250 provides a UI and an algorithm for outputting the completed sentence as a voice by a user's selection.

A user selects a sentence reading menu of the menu bar, or a sentence reading menu of a sliding menu expanded by a right-click of a mouse on an arbitrary word block among completed word blocks. Alternatively, the narration of the completed sentence may be reproduced by voice through a method of selecting a sentence reading menu provided in a button shape on a portion of the verb block.

In other words, when the sentence is completed and the sentence reading menu is selected, the reading module 250 searches for block identifiers of subjects, verbs and object words displayed on the word blocks of the completed sentence in the word block database 110. After retrieving the voice file matching the retrieved block identifiers from the voice file database 120, the retrieved voice file is retrieved from the local disk and continuously reproduced in the combining order of the word blocks. In this case, a predetermined buffering technique may be used to naturally connect and reproduce individual words of the completed character.

As a specific example, when the sentence of “My mom / watering the garden / knows / a boy / who likes sports” is completed by the expansion of 2 blocks as shown in FIG. 3B, the user has a lower surface of the verb block V10. When the read sentence button (V10-1) provided in the reading module 250, the voice file database 120, 'My mom.wav, watering the garden.wav, knows.wav, a boy.wav, who likes Read sports.wav 'files and play them sequentially.

In the above description, the phrases displayed in the word block 10 are "My mom", "watering the garden", "knows", "a boy", "who likes sports", and the like. It is obvious that other words or phrases can be used in various ways as subjects, verbs and objects. The user selects arbitrary blocks from among a plurality of subject blocks, verb blocks, and object blocks to decorate a sentence, and learns the grammar of another language by completing the sentence with blocks to which the fastening unit fits.

In addition, although the embodiments of the arrow shape, the trapezoidal shape, and the ellipse shape are mentioned as the fastening part 12 of the word block 10 in the above description, those skilled in the art may apply various themes to the fastening part 12. 7A-7D illustrate examples of various themes applied to the fastening portion 12. Specifically, FIG. 7A shows the fastening part 12 of the alphabet shape, FIG. 7B shows the fastening part 12 of the Hangul shape, and FIG. 7C shows the fastening part 12 of an object shape (eg, an automobile). 7D shows the fastening portion 12 in the form of an animal (eg a rabbit).

Further, in the above, the verb block (V10) is formed on the left and right side of the body protruding fastening portion, the main block (S10) is formed on the right side of the body of the fastening groove shape, and the fastening groove shape on the left side of the body Although the object block O10 in which the fastening portion is formed is described as an example, the word block used in the embodiments of the present invention may be modified and used in other shapes.

That is, as one variation of the word block, a verb block (not shown in the drawing) in which a fastening groove-shaped fastening part is formed on the left and right sides of the body, and a main block in which a fastening shape of the protruding shape is formed on the right side of the body ( Not shown in the figure), and an object block (not shown in the figure) in which the fastening portion of the protruding shape is formed on the left side of the body may be used.

As another variation of the word block, a verb block (not shown) having a fastening portion formed on one side of the body in a protruding shape and a fastening groove shape on the other side, and fastened with the verb block on the right side of the body A main block (not shown in the drawing) having a fastening portion formed in any one of a predetermined fastening groove shape and a predetermined protruding shape, and a predetermined fastening groove shape and a predetermined protrusion for fastening with the verb block on the left side of the body. An object block (not shown) having a fastening portion formed in any one of shapes may be used.

In the above description, the sentence of the subject + verb + object form has been described as an example, but is not limited thereto. Subject + verb, subject + verb + subject bore, subject + verb + indirect object + direct object, subject + verb + object The same principle can be extended and applied to sentences in the form of objective boredom.

The language learning program of the present invention may be executed on a fixed desktop computer or on a mobile mobile terminal. Herein, the term "mobile terminal" may be any one of a personal digital assistant (PDA), a smart phone, a PC phone, a personal multimedia player (PMP), and a notebook computer (notebook). It can be implemented as one of the App (App) running on the phone.

In addition, the language learning program of the present invention may be implemented as an application base program that is installed and executed in a user's terminal, or is installed in a predetermined web application server (not shown in the drawing) by a user's connection. It may be implemented as a web base program to be executed.

In particular, in the latter case, the language learning program is coded in a web-based programming language such as CGI, JAVA, .NET, ASP, PHP, etc. to be suitable for a web environment, and the language learning program is performed on a user's client terminal (not shown). A web browser (eg, Internet Explorer, FireFox, Chrome, etc.) for running the program and an add-in program (eg, Flash, ActiveX, COM, etc.) for performing enhanced multimedia effects in the web browser are installed. In addition, a user may register as a member to the web application server in order to use a web-based language learning program and receive member authentication through a predetermined login procedure every time the program is used.

Although the embodiments of the present invention have been described in detail above, the scope of the present invention is not limited thereto, and various modifications and improvements of those skilled in the art using the basic concepts of the present invention as defined in the following claims are also provided. Belongs to the range.

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  1. A word block database that stores a plurality of word blocks; And
    Selecting a subject block, a verb block, and an objective block from among the plurality of word blocks; combining the two blocks side by side if the verb block and the subject block are pairs that can be combined; And a user interface module for combining the two blocks side by side to complete one sentence as a whole if the verb block portion of the combined block and the object block are a pair that can be combined.
    A computer-readable recording medium storing the data.
  2. The method of claim 1, wherein the word block,
    The body on which the word is displayed,
    A computer-readable recording medium for storing a language learning program, characterized in that it is displayed in a shape including a fastening portion formed on a side of the body for coupling with another word block.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    The fastening portion of the verb block is formed in a predetermined protruding shape on the left and right of the body,
    The fastening portion of the subject block is formed in a predetermined fastening groove shape on the right side of the body,
    The fastening part of the object block is a computer-readable recording medium for storing a language learning program, characterized in that formed on the left side of the body in a predetermined fastening groove shape.
  4. The method of claim 2,
    The fastening portion of the verb block is formed in a predetermined fastening groove shape on the left and right sides of the body,
    The fastening portion of the subject block is formed in a predetermined protruding shape on the right side of the body,
    The fastening part of the object block is a computer-readable recording medium for storing a language learning program, characterized in that formed on the left side of the body in a predetermined protrusion.
  5. The method of claim 2,
    The fastening part of the verb block is formed in a predetermined protruding shape on one side of the body, and is formed in a predetermined fastening groove shape on the other side,
    The fastening portion of the subject block is formed in one of a predetermined fastening groove shape and a predetermined protrusion shape for fastening with the verb block on the right side of the body,
    The fastening portion of the object block is a computer-readable recording medium for storing a language learning program, characterized in that formed on the left side of the body of any one of a predetermined fastening groove shape and a predetermined projecting shape for fastening with the verb block.
  6. The method according to any one of claims 3 to 5,
    When the word of the verb block and the word of the subject block are grammatically correct, the verb block and the subject block are fastened to fit each other in a male and female shape,
    When the words of the verb block and the words of the object block are grammatically correct, the verb block and the object block are fastened to each other in a shape that fits each other, the computer-readable recording storing the language learning program. media.
  7. The method of claim 1, wherein the user interface module,
    And when the sentence is completed by combining the word blocks, outputting the completed sentence as a voice.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein the audio output,
    A computer-readable recording medium for storing a language learning program, characterized in that performed by selecting a voice output menu provided in a portion of the verb block.
  9. The method of claim 1, wherein the user interface module,
    If one sentence is completed by combining the word blocks, outputting a modifier of the subject on the extended portion while the combined portion of the verb block and the subject block is extended; And at least one of outputting a modifier of the object to the extension portion while the coupling portion is extended.
  10. The method of claim 9, wherein the user interface module,
    Outputting a second extension portion in which a second modifier for modifying the subject modifier is output while the extension part in which the modifier of the subject is indicated is extended again, and an extension part in which the modifier of the object is indicated is extended again And performing at least one of outputting a third extension portion in which a third modifier that modifies the modifier of the target word is output.
  11. The method of claim 1, wherein the word block database,
    And at least one of a block identifier (block_id) field, a word (vocabulary) field, a block left field, a block right field, a color field, and an extension_phrase field. A computer-readable recording medium for storing a language learning program.
  12. The method of claim 1,
    And storing a download program for transmitting the language learning program to the user terminal through the Internet in response to a request of a user terminal.
  13. The method according to claim 1 or 12, wherein
    The language learning program is a computer-readable recording medium, characterized in that implemented as an application-based program.
  14. The method of claim 1,
    The language learning program is a computer-readable recording medium, characterized in that implemented as a web-based program running on a web application server.
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