ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING IN INDIAN CONTEXT- A CHINESE PERSPECTIVE

Abstract

The objective of this study was (a) to address the importance of learning a foreign language and also (b) to highlight the problems encountered by the Chinese in acquiring spoken communication skills in Indian context; This study was (c) to address the necessity and possibilities of the environment, and (d) to discuss how environmental conditions helped the learners’ to speak a foreign language. The author as a foreign English learner had studied in India, where English was considered as second language. This was the personal experiential observations of the author was connection to the English language learning in Indian context, since the author spent three years gaining academic experiences. The author’s personal experience of the study proved the fact that in the recent past, there were many student learners from China to India when compared to the other countries because the present environment had proved to be good English language learning platforms to many people

Keywords: English Language Learning, Environmental conditions, Personal observation

Unique Article ID: IJELT-120

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