FACTORS AFFECTING THE LANGUAGE LEARNING PROCESS AMONG SAUDI STUDENTS

Bilqees Shabbir, M Qasim Bughio

Abstract


Arab government has a strong realization and a mounting sense of awareness that in spite of the fact that Arabic language has the most prestigious status among the languages but they still need to learn English as a second language for certain reasons. The concept of globalization, the world of business and the social situation around is demanding for a warm welcome to learning of English. The Saudi government is, therefore, allocating a generous amount of funds to promote the students for the English language learning process and to  facilitate  them. They are hiring qualified, competent and committed foreign faculty members to teach English to the Arab students. They are offering attractive  packages  along with  all the  fringe  benefits  to  the employees to get  the  maximum output from them. At the same time they are offering foreign scholarships to their graduates and sending them abroad to lessen the dependence  on the hired faculty in future. Moreover, they are convincing and financially supporting their youth (male/female) who had discontinued their education years ago to recontinue it.

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