Impact of Mother Tongue on Learning English Language on Secondary School Level Students



The study investigates the impact of mother tongue achievement of English learning students of Secondary school level who speak sraiki, Urdu or Punjabi has been included in study. Language is an important phenomenon without which the process of education in the classroom cannot be achieved. The study focuses on learning of English by Pakistani students. Pakistan has a colonial background English was introduced in the subcontinent in the 17th century. English has been in official use in this area since 1857. English is a compulsory subject in primary and secondary level in Pakistan new. Little effort is done to enforce the use of English in day today interaction among the student in school. The influence of mother tongues (Saraiki, Punjabi & Urdu) may affect the learning of English language. Three groups of  60 Students secondary level (Metric) having three different mother tongues (Saraiki, Punjabi & Urdu) were randomly selected  from different schools of Tehsil jampur  each group have 20 Students.CHI-SQUARE ANYLYSIS maintains our null hypothesis. The conclusion shows that no mother tongue has particular influence in the process of learning English language.

Keywords: Mother tongue, English learning, chi-square

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