Interpersonal Intelligences In Spoken Language

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Introduction For most people, the ability to speak a language is synonymous with knowing that language. Nevertheless, speaking in a second or foreign language has often been viewed as the most demanding of the four skills (Bailey & Savage, 1994). Speaking seems to be the most important skills of all the four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) because people who know a language are usually referred to as speakers of that language (Ur, 1996). Spoken language production is often considered one of the most difficult aspects of language learning (Brown & Yule, 1983). The major goal of all English language teaching should be to give learners the ability to use English effectively, accurately in communication (Davies & Pearse, 2000).…show more content…
Since exchanging information plays a vital role in the world and English language is considered as an international language, this research attempts to deal with two types of intelligences in the process of oral communication and speaking a language which is considered as the most important skill. 1.2 Research…show more content…
Q2: Is there any statistically significant relationship between intrapersonal intelligence and speaking ability? 1.3 Research Hypotheses In order to investigate the abovementioned research questions empirically, the following null-hypotheses are stated: H0 (1): There is no statistically significant relationship between interpersonal intelligence and speaking ability among Iranian EFL students. H0 (2): There is no statistically significant relationship between interpersonal intelligence and speaking ability among Iranian EFL students. 1.4 Definition of the Key

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