• most difficult aspects of learning English
    Most difficult aspects of learning a new language I studied English language at school and in university, but when I started to work in Russian-American it-company I met several difficulties with my English. I understood that my English wasn’t perfect and I need study more to build my career...
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  • English
    eslChallenges in Acquisition of English as a second Language INTRODUCTION Every educational system has certain objectives which aim at bringing about desirable changes in pupil. In order to bring about those changes, the institutions arrange learning experience. The success of learning can be...
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  • Sla
    main causes of the difficulties in learning the second language are the differences from the native language. People who speak certain first language have more difficulties in learning English language. For example for a native Chinese, English is more difficult than for a German. These difficulties...
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  • Quick LEarning Process (QLP)
    grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Now-a-days, learning English becomes very easy, interactive and effective if there is some selfmotivation. In addition to self-motivation, learners should take charge of the self-learning activities based on their own interest since the learning materials...
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  • Interest in English Language and the Proficiency in Grammar of First Year College Students of The University of Mindanao
    INTEREST IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND PROFICIENCY IN GRAMMAR OF FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MINDANAO The University of Mindanao A Thesis...
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  • A Research About Reasons Make People Not Learning English Easily
    position of university students, they realize grammar and rules that are just a part not whole learning English. Next diagram and statistical numbers below will show the elements effecting learners when they study English. [pic] There are five main factors in learning English, they are...
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  • Some Issues in Teaching English Pronunciation in Palestinian Schools
    aspect of English pronunciation, because mis-stressing does not affect meaning as mispronouncing consonants. However, many agree that stress is essential related to efficient foreign language communication and efficient learning. The difficulties in teaching English stress are due to its different...
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  • Mother Tongue
    during her life. In this essay, Amy Tan talks about her mother’s broken grammar and the dialogue in English without grammar between her mother and her. But when Amy talks with other people, gives a speech, or writing, she will had perfect spoken English. Therefore, that is why she wrote this essay, I...
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  • Second Language Learning
    different areas such as; Reading, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary. Teaching staff were also very good. They also had technological facilities such as; multimedia rooms with DVDs, English learning computer software, and listening materials which are essential to English learning. At this one year, Mete had...
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  • Wwew
    up and understand compound sentences and some complex ones. You showed comprehension by asking questions and giving reactions. Beginner (speaking and grammar) Low: You have zero to very limited ability in speaking English. You know very few simple and common words...
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  • contrastive analysis
    the learner” (Fries 1946: 9). The programme sketched by Fries was comprehensively realized a few years later by Lado (1957) in a comparison of English and Spanish. In the preface, Lado claimed that “*…+we can predict and describe the patterns that will cause difficulty in learning, and those that...
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  • methods techniques and approaches of language teaching
    learning. Grammar Translation Method Is based on this aproach. Classical approach has following characteristics which are as follows: 1- It is used to teach classical languages such as Greek and Latin. Greek myths were in this form. 2- The teacher taught the rules of second language. 3- The mother...
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  • Questionnaire
    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...
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  • Celta Assignment 3
    learning English in junior high school but indicated that she didn’t retain much. The Japanese school system has a strong focus on grammar and passive learning with less emphasis on language practice. Though she did not have many opportunities to practice English in Japan and her previous jobs did not...
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  • College Essays
    really exercised in classrooms, students surely will like learning English. Another problem is how to correct students' mistakes in pronunciation, grammar and so on. Many students are too concerned about their mistakes in pronunciation and grammar when speaking English. In order to break this mental...
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  • Learning a Foreign Language
    language. I interviewed one of my friends about this topic, who called Flo and is a native English speaker and have been learning German for four years. I interviewed her about her experiences and viewpoints of learning a foreign language from many aspects, fortunately, I got some now ideas. There...
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  • Focus on the Learner
    is already at an advanced level. After researching the Italian language (Learner English by Michael Swan & Ship or Sheep by Ann Baker), and from my own experience, I was expecting Giulia to go through the following difficulties: 1. Grammar The auxiliary do, having no equivalent in...
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  • Importance of English Language and Speaking Skills
    interviews, was used to collect data for this project. The Research Questions 1. What is the importance of English language and speaking skills among fourth year student? 2. What are their difficulties in learning the language? 3. Can they easily adapt English language to be their second...
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  • Schoolbased Research
    grammar and how poems improve students performance in grammar. The teaching of grammar has always been an essential part of English learning. Grammar can be defined as the way a language operates and unites words in order to form longer units of meaning. The learner who knows grammar is one who has...
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  • The Effectiveness in Teaching Grammar
    process of acquiring certain grammatical structures in English well into adolescence. Thus, another important question is whether it is possible to accelerate students' natural learning of grammar through instruction. Research findings can be brought to bear on this question from a variety of sources...
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