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Role of Motivation in Learning Second Language in Pakistan
Language, Literature and Culture
Vol.4 , No. 2, Publication Date: Aug. 23, 2021, Page: 7-11
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Authors
 
[1]    

Mobeen Shahbaz, Department of English Language and Linguistics, University of Management and Technology, Sialkot, Pakistan.

 
Abstract
 

This research paper aims to explore the function of motivation in studying English language for Pakistani rookies. Motivation is appeared as an influential element within the achievement of any hobby. It performs a vital function in accomplishing the favored dreams. This article is basically based upon qualitative study comprising of interviews of certain related personnel. In this article, the main focus is going to be at how motivation plays its role in understanding and learning of a second language in Pakistan. The role of Parents, Teachers, scholars from different sects and the role of Government will also be discussed. We will try to find out how motivation plays a positive role in learning a second Language in Pakistan and what factors can motivate or even demotivate someone who is trying to learn a second language. This article will try to cover about the need of motivation to learn a second language in Pakistan. Studies of Past will also be discussed and results that were obtained from those studies will also be discussed in Pakistani context. We will discuss how motivation actually plays the role of its own in learning a second language and also we will try to find out the research gap with the help of Research Questions.


Keywords
 

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, Second Language Acquisition, Motivation


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