This study is mainly concerned with exploring the extent of involvement of the factors understudy in English learning of the intermediate level students of government degree colleges in District Bannu. Many factors are involved in learning of English but only two social factors were selected for the study i.e. parents’ income and parents’ education. The manner of the research was explorative. Primary data was collected from the five degree colleges in District Bannu. Out of the 800 students one hundred students were randomly selected as sample following L.R. Gay’s sample criteria. Through close-ended Likert agreement scale questionnaire, the primary data was collected, analyzed, and interpreted through tables, 3–D Columns and Exploded Pi-Charts. The researcher found that the factors of parents’ income and education had the main role in the learning of English at the intermediate level. The scholar also found that parents’ low income was at the top of the factors understudy with respect to their extent of involvement in the English learning.
Bannu, English learning, factors, second language acquisition, parents, income
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