EFFECT OF GOOD ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION IN ART OF SPEAKING DURING ORAL COMMUNICATION: A STUDY AMONG TERTIARY LEVEL STUDENTS IN BANGLADESH
Orally, English is widely used all over the world in communication. As English is a stress-timed language, it
demands correct pronunciation, stress, intonation and rhythm in speaking to express the real meanings and
feelings where art in speaking enhance the impression upon the audience. This study discloses why and how
good English pronunciation in art of speaking creates effective impression whereas wrong pronunciation in art
of speaking changes the meanings which sometimes create negative impact upon the listeners. For this study,
the researcher has examined a hundred students. Observation, interview and video recording methods have
been applied for collecting data.
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