Analyzing the Regular Grammar Mistakes of Chinese Students While Assessing Speaking During an IELTS Speaking Test
Keywords:IELTS speaking test; Grammar mistakes; Analysis; Chinese University Students
This research was done to determine the validity and dependability of the IELTS speaking test questions received by the four Chinese applicants, as well as the total number of grammatical errors committed by the four candidates and the frequency with which each error occurred. The research included a reasonably in-depth examination of the grammatical errors made by four Chinese IELTS test participants. Although the study did not address all components of speaking errors, more research might be undertaken on the remaining areas.
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