Major factors: responsible for the gloomy situation of Hindi medium students in learning English language
- 1Baraktullah Vishvavidyalaya, Bhopal, MP, India
Res. J. Language and Literature Sci., Volume 5, Issue (2), Pages 1-2, May,19 (2018)
English is considered high level language. It is valued highly in our Indian society. In most of the cases English is considered to be the language of elite. It is considered to be the symbol of our nation's prosperity and our own status. But the present scenario in context to Hindi medium school students is so much gloomy that no one can imagine. The main objective of this paper is to throw light on the lack of command of students over English communication so this work is merely a theoretical attempt to highlight the major factors affecting the present scenario of English language learning.
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