The upcoming word games will allow users to explore various words from different languages, like “wah” for “world”, and “chop” for a chopstick.
They will also be available for free in India.
“Word Connect” will allow players to play words from across the world with the same set of words, but with a different set of rules.
It will be similar to the words “word search” and “word play”, and will include various vocabulary items such as “to” for an adjective, “the” for verbs, “you” for adjectives, and “we” for nouns.
The word games are part of a broader effort by the government to make English more accessible.
The Ministry of Information Technology and Communications (MITCom) recently launched an initiative to create online learning tools for students in English.
The first batch of new online language learning tools is expected to be released in the next few months.
The new tools will include a vocabulary book, a dictionary, and an online tool for learning words.
These tools are designed to allow learners to learn the vocabulary of the language they want to learn, while at the same time offering learners more flexibility in how to choose and practice the vocabulary they want.