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Research Paper | Linguistics | Iraq | Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020
The Problem of Tenses among Second Language Speakers of English
Shebli Younus | Nazanin Maeen
Abstract: With the globalization of learning, speaking and culture the requirement for gaining great informative English by every last one has expected incredible centrality in the twentieth first century. The interest for learning and speaking compelling informative English has never been so incredible as it stands today. It is intrigued to take note of that amid the most recent two decades the utilization of English for informative reason has not been restricted just to the elite gathering of society. Individuals from the center and lower-working classes are similarly excited about learning, speaking and utilizing it in an unexpected way. Learning and Speaking English does not mean parrot like rehashing some packed sentences with the assistance of a constrained vocabulary. It implies gaining an aptitude to create and utilize useful English in regularly changing life circumstance while talking. The examination is concerning the issues of Tenses among Second Language Speakers of English. Semantics is the main field of grant that accepts language as its essential object of study. Etymology might be characterized as the logical investigation of language. The main trouble confronting the individual who comes new to the investigation of etymology is that of being set up to take a gander at language equitably. For language is something we will in general underestimate; something with which were are commonplace from adolescence in a down to earth, unreflecting way. There are a wide range of social and nationalistic partialities related with language, and numerous prominent misinterpretations cultivated by the twisted form of customary punctuation that is oftentimes instructed. The paper contains a short investigation of Problem of tenses in English by L2 Speakers of English.
Keywords: Language, English, Grammar
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 12, December 2020,
Pages: 427 - 430