Significance of Vocabulary in Achieving Efficient Learning
This study aims to highlight the importance of vocabulary learning as an essential part in foreign language learning. Lexical knowledge is central to communicative competence and to the acquisition of a second language and a lack of vocabulary knowledge is an obstacle to learning. An attempt is made to review the trends in the area of teaching vocabulary through various techniques teachers use when teaching.
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