Research Paper | Linguistics | Saudi Arabia | Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015
Secondary School Writing Errors at White Nile State Sudan: A Case Study of Assalaya Locality
Dr. Elrayah Eltahir Adam Khatir
Abstract: This study has taken place at Assalaya secondary school in Sudan to discover the problems of English language writing errors. It is clear that learners make mistakes in the process of foreign language writing. However, what language teachers and experts question is why do students make the same mistakes, even when such mistakes repeatedly explained to them? Yet not all mistakes are the same. Some are easy to be reformed, and others fossilized. Therefore, it is the researcher's intention to subject all these problems into focus of evaluation to point out the types of writing errors to provide evidence of how language is learned and what strategies or procedures the learners are employing in the discovery of this language writing errors. The researcher used the descriptive analytical approach to evaluate the phenomena of the writing errors to find solutions, which must be beneficial for learners as well as expert and teachers. The result shows that students cause lexical errors, verb choice, punctuation, spelling errors and others. Then the researcher recommends more comprehensive study on the English writings of the students have to be conducted to solve this problem.
Keywords: ssw errors
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015,
Pages: 1757 - 1766
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Dr. Elrayah Eltahir Adam Khatir, "Secondary School Writing Errors at White Nile State Sudan: A Case Study of Assalaya Locality", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=NOV151520, Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015, 1757 - 1766
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