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Volume 2 Issue 8

December 2015

Poor English Pronunciation among ESL Students in Indian Colleges: An Analysis
Mr. S.R. Satheesh Kumar, 
Assistant Professor, 
Department of English, 
RVS Technical Campus, 
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
This study shows the incidence of poor English pronunciation among ESL students in Indian colleges which is an embarrassing situation and it has defied variety of solutions. In recent times however, research and deep rooted studies in linguistics have shown that many Indian universities have come to the rescue. This paper finds out the important causes of poor English pronunciation and the problems associated with this problem. The desired results can be achieved by the approaches to the pronunciation issues with the ability of the digital age. This paper discusses the latest advancements of various digital age techniques that are used to fight poor English pronunciation among Indian students.
ESL Students; Deep Rooted; Pronunciation; Advancements.
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