Egenti Martha Chidimma, Dereck-M Akachukwu Orji


In the growth of technological advancements, there is need to highlight some of the technological tools that enhance academic research in linguistics at different levels of grammar given the availability of software that improves linguistic analysis. This study is simply geared towards bringing to limelight some of these linguistics tools and their uses as a way of creating awareness. Also, the relation between language and information technology (IT) shows that language is a sole carrier of volumes of information while IT is a veritable tool through which data are analyzed and interpreted.

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