Most organizations and agencies are trying to reduce the negative impact of English language as well as its usage, however, they do not get the desired result. According to Suzanne Romaine, agreements and treaties accepted by international agencies recommending the use of minority languages in education usually lack power to reinforce them (Romaine, 2002). English is a language that is forced on other parts of the world by the West for different reasons. Such as the U.S. and other countries are using different means to promote their language all over the world. This has many direct and indirect negative effects on people of other countries.
This ultimately led to English being chosen as the global language. Despite the resistance met, English was never-theless more spread out and talked than any other language in comparison. This was the result of imperialism, but also Americanisation. English changed from being a language forced upon others to a language sought out, in the cultural and political sphere. It was also the the lan-guage offering the best opportunities on the global
Nowadays to know a foreign language is necessary for every person, though learning a foreign language takes a lot of time and efforts. We must work hard to learn a foreign language. Visiting a foreign country you will have no difficulty communicating with other people. Knowledge of foreign languages helps to promote cultural, educational and technical cooperation among nations. Therefore, one of the characteristic features of life in our country today is a great interest in the study of foreign languages - chiefly English.
In teaching English language, some of the English teachers have given a great effort to prove that all our past efforts of teaching foreign languages like English have been failure to the large extent only because of the inadequate understanding or rather misunderstanding the notion as well as the function of the language themselves. They also hold the same arguments in the perspective that much emphasis on the structure and lexical items have not given desirable results and throughout these existing teaching methods or approaches, we can find out the fact that the learners of English hardly learn English in any real sense, because they often stay in deficient in case of normal communication, whether in spoken or written form. The methods adopted have made the English learners structurally ‘competent’ and enabled them to produce grammatically correct sentences; but the real fact is that they are unable to perform a simple interactive or communicative task. It means that they already know the grammar, but lack in the ability to be appropriate as well as fluent in communicative aspect. In such a case, the appearance of the recent concept of the communicative approach in language known as Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) has brought a new revolution of thoughts and ideas.
Almost from the early days of the Raj, the Indian version of English has seen tremendous growth and unlimited changes deeply mingled with its cultural heritage, which has led to the evolution of what is, for all needed purposes, a language of its own. A hybrid kind of form of English stalks the land, flouting its huge popularity. The rise of Indianised English runs parallel to tectonic changes in social aspirations. There can be no promotion, no social advancement, and no status without the knowledge of English. Indian English has started a long journey and it has been entertaining and educating while weaving and mixing together a history of new verbal patterns that reflect social, technological and cultural trends.
Still acquiring a decent proficiency in English language continues to be an impossible task for we, the students. We have a strong drive to have a good command over this language, but for reasons many it remains an unaccomplished task. This paper is aimed to investigate the hurdles and discomforts faced by students in English language acquisition. Language acquisition is the process by
English has its indomitable influence as the language of global communication and advancing technology and hence its growing need and value in education is inevitable, everywhere in the world. The progress of globalization and English language development are interrelated and they complement each other by working as pull factors for one another. Hence in this era of communication, such interlink between English and employability is getting strengthened day by day and it is quite obvious that English determines the employment opportunities and career prospects of a graduate, who enters the global job market. This paper overviews the strong bondage between this universal language and employment and the implication it has on the increased employability, especially in India. KEY WORDS: Influence of English, increased employability, tool for global competence, the growing need for English proficiency ENGLISH FOR EMPLOYABILITY English, which is be considered as an international language and the most dominant language in the world, plays an important role as a tool of communication locally and globally and unanimously gained the status of being recognized as the global medium for any field on this earth.
Why is English so popular? The background of the English language / the spread of English / World Englishes / What extent and which situation English is used today? / Significance of English as a world language in your opinion. What is a global English? English is a dominant language and still going to be more and more, powerful.
In English, similarly the child should be exposed to a good deal of correct spoken English. Teaching English language in non-native countries like India, China, Japan, Pakistan etc., is very difficult. English language teachers find difficult in teaching though there are number of methods, approaches and techniques to teach it as a second language. At the same time students also feel difficult to learn English language because it
Learning factors involve in SLA. 1.Language shock: Its the anxiety that a learner has in learning a language.having doubts and confusion in using the language. 2.Culture shock: Because of the difference of the learner culture and target language culture , the learner become stressed an fearful to adjust in