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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Language is the most distinctive human quality and attribute. Language ischaracterized by a set of vocal sounds which can be decoded. Language does notexist in a vacuum. It is always contextualized. There is a relationship betweenlanguage and society. The importance of the relationship between... Continue Reading
, A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOL IN OVIA NORTH EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT ABSTRACT This study investigates the effect of mother tongue on English language in some selected secondary schools in Ovia North East Local Government. The effect of mother tongue of the study includes students in... Continue Reading
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ABSTRACT This study has thrown an insight into  the  impact  of  mother tongue in the speaking skills of English language. The impact: of 'mother tongue' was noticed in the section of grammar and sentence structure and this affected their dialect and their grammar and sentences structure.... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE 1.0  INTRODUCTION 1.1  BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Language is generally used for the purpose of interaction among people in the society. It is also used to differentiate people by sex, age and social status within a particular society. Language serves as a tool for development in every society. It develops nations or societies socially... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study has thrown an insight into  the  impact  of  mother tongue in the speaking skills of English language. The impact: of 'mother tongue' was noticed in the section of grammar and sentence structure and this affected their dialect and their grammar and sentences structure.... Continue Reading
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IN ENUGU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE ABSTRACT         The topic of the study is the effects of mother tongue in the study of English language in secondary school in Enugu North Local Government Area of Enugu State. The aim is to... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study investigates the effect of mother tongue on English language in some selected secondary schools in Ovia North East Local Government. The effect of mother tongue of the study includes students in... Continue Reading
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ABSTRACT The boom in the use of social media in our time has no doubt brought a lot alteration in different language conventions. The early users of social media battled with space and time. Since social media language is in the borderline of speech and writing they created unusual acronyms and some other new words, like ‘u’, ur,... Continue Reading
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ABSTRACT This research work is a cursory observation of how the English Fricatives are used among the Yoruba speakers of English Language. At the phonemic level of interference, English Language for instance has the voiceless fricatives /θ /  which is absent in the Yoruba Language. For this sound, the Yoruba Speakers of English substitute the... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The use of Pidgin English in the Nigerian context has gone beyond verbal communication to become more of a mode of behaviour as its expression has moved from informal conversation to formal situations. This above scenario necessitated this study which investigates the effects of Pidgin English on Standard English usage among selected... Continue Reading
THE ABSTRACT The study exposes the difficulties experienced by students at the Junior Secondary School Certificate Level with respect to Pidgin English Interference on English Language teaching/students daily use of the language in some selected... Continue Reading
THE EFFECT OF PIDGIN ENGLISH ON THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN SOME SELECTED JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN IKPOBA OKHA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, EDO STATE ABSTRACT The study exposes the difficulties experienced by students at the Junior Secondary School Certificate Level with respect to Pidgin English Interference on English Language... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Language learning practice often assumes that most of the difficulties that learners encounter in the study of language are consequences of the degree to which the native languages differ from the English of the native speakers. This research work is basically analyzed problems of pronunciation among the non-native speakers of English,... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This had been an attempt to investigate the attitude of mother-in-law towards daughter-in-law as a determinant factor in marital stability, in carrying out this study,Questionnaire on the Attitude of Mother-in-law towards Daughters-in-law as a Determinant of Marital Stability (QAMDDMS) was developed and percentage, mean and chi-square... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT The study exposes the difficulties experienced by students at the Junior Secondary School Certificate Level with respect to Pidgin English Interference on English Language... Continue Reading
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