Firstly, after having discussions, our group decided to use primary research to collect original data for the topic under study. This could be met through using various techniques or methodologies such as telephonic interviews, questionnaires, and through direct observation from real life. Therefore, the feedback that we will get from the primary research will be based on the choice or the views of the people, while we will also carry out secondary research for the purpose of adding to the feedback. The secondary research could be in the form of already conducted case studies, published statistics and texts, and also the personal contacts and the media promotions have been used. To make a distinction between the secondary and the primary research is of high importance to the market research professionals. For the researchers and analysts, it is important to utilize tables and structures of the analysis, and discuss some of the data that has been submitted. Master data is collected by the participants of the interviews that are conducted in the form of a survey. For the research here, combine methodologies have been used. The secondary data used in the research has been presented in the form of tables where the view points of the author and the secondary data comes from books and internet. Then according to group discussing we made decisions which viewpoint is useful.
On other hand primary research only uses questionnaires but also is presented as a table for better discussions or observations. In our group, we prepared 10 questions for this questionnaire and 2 of 10 are open ended question. The research uses both qualitative and quantitative data. The qualitative data under the research has been collected via survey involving open ended questions and literature evidence regarding the subject, whereas the quantitative data has been gathered through survey questionnaires. Using mix methodology for the research here has enabled in collection of an appropriate range of data. Using primary data for the research is the best approach to analyze the feelings of the language learner about the use of mobile learning applications. Do the users of mobile technologies believe that it enables them to become better at learning, or do they only use it as a mean to strengthen their learning? Are the traditional methods to learning language better, or are they preferred over the mobile technologies? The primary research methods under the study here would address these questions. According to the feedback, obviously more and more young people tend to use mobile technology for learning English, rather than using traditional method.