AN INVESTIGATION INTO PHONOLOGICAL INTERFERENCE OF LANGUAGE OF IMMEDIATE ENVIRONMENT IN LEARNING ENGLISH IN ANGLICAN SECONDARY SCHOOL EFON-ALAAYE EKITI

Statement of the Problem

Statement of the problem, According to Ellis (1999) is a statement that outlines the problem addressed by the study.

There is no doubt that secondary school students in Nigeria are being faced with the problem of mother tongue language. The phonological aspect (oral aspect) is the main focus of this research.

The influence of the mother tongue language on the pronunciation of English words is one of the problems. The influence of the home background on the students’ pronunciation of English words is also a problem. Hence, series of works have been done concerning the problems of mother tongue language interference on the oral English of secondary school students in English but it was observed that little or no emphasis has been made on the phonological interference of mother tongue on the learning of English. Consequently, there has been a need to conduct a research work, on the influence of mother tongue language on the oral English of secondary school students.

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