Fluency In The English Language

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Students should know that fluency in speaking has a crucial part in learning, especially in the tertiary level. It is in status quo that some of these students ignore the importance of being fluent especially in English and it is often observed that they stutter in speaking in public even when just talking to another person in the English language. English is the second language of the Filipinos after the Filipino language. Therefore, people in the Philippines, specifically college students are prone to stuttering which is one of the factors that show the lack of fluency in speaking among them. The fact that the Philippine education system has been using English as a medium of instruction from elementary to university level for decades has…show more content…
(2) Finding the right words as you speak; a person may know what he wants to say, but when this issue is present, that person might lose the concept of what he wanted to say all because he concentrated on finding the right words. (3) Cannot maintain the clearness of thoughts; once the person is struggling to construct the words together, it results to the difficulty of understanding what he meant. It also shows the lack of logical structure. (4) Tenses mixed up, incorrect forms of verbs; no matter how good a person’s English grammar is, sometimes, he just gets words mixed up and replacing the phrases and sentences he thought of that end up being wrong. (5) Hundreds of English words are floating in your mind; it becomes nearly impossible to pick the right ones and form a proper speech. (6) You think in your Mother’s Tongue; which is Filipino and resulting speech as a translation, not a normal speech. (7) As you speak, wrong words replace the right ones; this issue is meant as it is. And lastly, (8) Your confidence is literally draining away. These are just some of…show more content…
It means that family experience can be related to school experience. (3) The Exosystem; the setting in which there is a link between the context where in the person does not have any active role, and the context where in is actively participating. (4) The Macrosystem; the setting is the actual culture of an individual. The cultural contexts involve the socioeconomic status of the person and/or his family, his ethnicity or race and living in a still developing or a third world country. (5) The Chronosystem; includes the transitions and shifts in one's lifespan. This may also involve the socio-historical contexts that may influence a

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