Communication involves one’s ability to listen carefully so as to comprehend the meaning and to respond in turn with appropriate words and clarity in pronunciation. The four essential skills needed for acquiring communicative proficiency in any language are Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing (LSRW). Though these skills are intrinsically linked, they must all be mastered in its order of learning, LSRW- an order that we unconsciously adopt while learning our mother tongue and obtaining fluency in the language. However, in a typical classroom setting this order is reversed. The student is first taught to write or spell the words, learn sentence structure by reading passages/poems etc..etc. and then attempt to speak with zero exposure to any auditory source other than the instructor who (more often than not) is also a non-native speaker who has also learned the language in more or less the same manner. Language laboratory is a unique solution to resolve the problems of students encounter in the conventional classroom with chalk and talk setting.