Iraqi EFL learners perception of intonationAuthor(s):
Dr. Hayder KubashiAbstract:
Intonation is not only considered more significant than grammar but also a crucial element for improving communicative skills. Despite its importance, teaching intonation has been largely overlooked in English language education across various levels in Iraq. Thus, this research aims to identify the problems faced by Iraqi EFL students in mastering intonation systems, including tonality, tonicity, and tones. Specifically, the study investigates students' perceptions of intonation learning strategies and explores how these strategies contribute to their awareness and production of intonation systems.
The research employs and quantitative method. Data were collected through conduction an intonation perception where 40 Iraqi EFL learners from the University of Thi-Qar have been participated in the test. The results of the test indicated a positive impact of English intonation training on undergraduate students' intonation perception scores. Pages: 11-13 | Views: 77 | Downloads: 41Download Full Article: Click Here
How to cite this article:
Dr. Hayder Kubashi. Iraqi EFL learners perception of intonation. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2023;5(6):11-13.