• Shamim Akhter, Rustam Haidov, Abdul Majeed Rana, Dr. Abrar Hussain Qureshi


In theera of globalization, people need communication and for this purpose, the communication skills perform a key role. To become successful in the desired fields, all people need to get proficiency overall skills of language. Among these skills, speaking occupies the coreposition. Without this skill, the purpose of communication cannot be performed effectively.  English has become the universal language and all people of the world can communicate with other people through English. People need interactions in presentglobalworld and for the purpose of interaction with all people across the world, one common language is needed, and English fulfils this need. People can understand and can be understood by this medium of communication. Akhter, Qureshi, Hassan and Barira (2020) illustrate that English has become international language. Owing to its significance in this globalized era, it becomes imperative for the learners to get command over the skills which fulfil the task of communication. For EFL learners, the need to acquire competency over these skills increases many times. To survive in 21st century successfully, the knowledge of English and command overall skills is essential. So, to keep pace with the trends of the modern world, EFL learners should gain the knowledge of English Language. To improve their communication especially speaking skill better, ideal place is classroom.The issues of EFL Learners should be interpreted by the instructors. They should introduce such strategies in the classroom which   improve their allskills in genera and speakingskill inparticular.  The undertaken research is an attempt to highlight the significance of speaking skill for EFL Learners. Moreover, the present study also explains the various effective methods and techniques toenhance EFL Learners’ speaking skill.


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Shamim Akhter, Rustam Haidov, Abdul Majeed Rana, Dr. Abrar Hussain Qureshi. (2020). EXPLORING THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SPEAKING SKILL FOR EFL LEARNERS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(9), 6019-6030. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/5149