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Mariano Marcos State University
Laoag City


I, the junior BSE (Bachelor in Secondary Education) English major student of Mariano Marcos State University-College of Teacher Education, are presently undertaking a research titled, Difficulties in Learning English at CTE, in partial fulfillment of the requirements in Filipino2.

In this regard,I am humbly soliciting your kind support by honestly answering the attached checklist. Rest assured that the pieces of information gathered will be treated with utmost confidentiality and will be used for research purposes only. Your cooperation will be very instrumental in the success of this research work. Thank you very much. God Bless.

Respectfully yours,

Difficulties in learning English in MMSU—CTE students
Checklist found below:
Difficulties listed | Always 5| Sometimes 3| Never 1| Lack of interest and motivation to learn and listen| | | | Can’t listen well and understand easily and quickly| | | | Can’t speak in proper way or in correct grammar| | | | Can’t pronounce it right and accurate| | | |

Barrier in fluently reading| | | |
Have the wrong spelling in writing| | | |
Lack of majority of vocabulary words used in writing| | | | Make the lowest lever of mistakes in grammar| | | |
Using another language(such as Tagalog)to answer questions | | | | Don’t have the habit to use a dictionary to check the word which is not understand| | | | Lazy to take down notes if the teacher doesn’t require| | | | Lack of doing comprehensive exercises during the class| | | | Don’t ask questions when encounter a problem in learning| | | |

1. what do you think the most difficult problems in learning English?

2. Can you give some suggestions in solving that?

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