Proficiency In Learning Second Language

Learning a novel language during any age remains an enormously rewarding experience in numerous ways. Whilst language learning is an inspiring experience for all individuals, children are the greatest beneficiaries of this magnificent adventure. Feasibly, starting early provides the broadest possible set of opportunities and gains. How well individuals learn to speak a second language […]

The Use of L1 in English Classes in Saudi Arabia: Teachers’ Support or a Learning Hindrance?

Abstract The usage of the first language in the English classes is the controversial question in education. The effectiveness of using Arabic in the English classroom with references to the participants’ attitudes to the process is the focus of the research. Thus, the paper aims to present the evidence in relation to students and teachers’ […]

Peculiarities of Using Drama, Improvisation, and Creative Approach

Introduction The contemporary society faces the concept of globalisation. As every issue, globalisation has its advantages and drawbacks that cover all sectors of human activity. Cultural issues should be taken into account as well as peculiar features of every language including teachers who would teach certain languages and approaches applicable to different categories of students […]

Cultural Background and First Language in Second Language Learners

Abstract Second language acquisition, cultural background, and first language dexterity have a considerable relationship. They influence communication skills and writing styles among individuals. Learners acquiring second language have their cognitive developments and learning processes influenced by numerous factors. This ranges from physical provisions to verbal factors depending on the learning context, language used, and people […]