An Explorative Study about the Beliefs of ESL Pakistani Undergraduate and Postgraduate Learners about Language Learning

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Naveed Ahmad Taseer, Abdul Haseeb Sarfraz, Nargis Sultana


The current study aims at exploring the beliefs of ESL Pakistani learners about language learning. A quantitative approach was employed within the descriptive design was used. The data was collected through a survey questionnaire consisted upon one survey instrument: belief of learning language inventory (BALLI). Data were collected from 100 Pakistani undergraduate and postgraduate of English literature and linguistics students from University of Okara. The data were analyzed through SPSS version 16.0 and 34 BALLI items were interpreted in tables and graphs. Overall ESL students showed their positive response that English language should be learnt because it supports in global communication and in other walks of life.

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