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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 7516-7524


PERCEPTIONS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS’ REGARDING ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY VIA YOUTUBE AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL

Irfan Ullah Khan, Matiullah, Khurshed Iqbal, Shehla Sheikh, Ihsan Ullah Khan.

Abstract
The purpose of this study was to highlight views of university level learners regarding the use of youtube for English language learning proficiency development. That is why a descriptive study was conducted among the university level mature learners. Self-developed questionnaire was used for data collection and then the collected data was set, coded and then used SPSS version 24 for its analysis. Different statistics like percentage, mean, standard Deviation, t-test, and one way ANOVA was used for data analysis. Results of the study clearly indicated the positive role of YouTube use in English language learning proficiency development at university level.

Key words: Use of You Tube, English Language Learning Proficiency, University Level Learners



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