Lack of Spoken Communication in Children and Its Psychological Effects on English Language Learners

Sharon Samson, S.V. Karthiga


As a means of effective communication, one of the most important qualities to master and improve is speech. One of the most crucial parts of language learning is the ability to communicate effectively. Many language learners find it challenging to explain themselves in spoken language. In any learning circumstance or environment, human psychology plays a significant influence. The ability to communicate in English is heavily influenced by human psychology. The goal of this study was to find the psychological element that has a detrimental impact on English-speaking learners' production. They usually have difficulties in conveying their thoughts in a foreign language effectively. When we are unable to find the right words or phrases to express ourselves, we tend to quit speaking.  A solid command of spoken English is required in the modern world of mass media and communication. The purpose of this paper is to emphasise the importance of focusing on elements that influence English-speaking learners' capacity to communicate. A review paper presents the body of research relating to the word expression, the value of expression, the features of speech production, speaking difficulties and factors influencing speech production. According to the literature review, adequate speech instruction has been described as a concern for learners and an area in which more research is required. Educators and researchers may benefit from this study by better understanding the challenges they face while teaching and learning English.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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