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CHAPTER TWO REVIEW OF LITERATURE 2.1 Conceptual Framework 2.1.1 English in Nigeria
The impact of mother tongues in the learning of english language (3)
The English languages acquire the status of second language in Nigeria after about a century of social political domination by the Britain. English language assumed the role of political common language with the British supervising this process of change. English became a second language that is after indigenous language which are term the first language L1. It has been seen that individual mother tongue in this context remains the language that is been practice or spoken in children environment.
This study investigates the effect of mother tongue on English language in some selected secondary schools in Ovia North East Local Government. The effect of mother tongue of the study includes students in some secondary schools in Ovia North East. However a total of four secondary schools were selected, the students were drawn from each of the classes making a total of students which constitute my sample size. The research instrument used includes questionnaire, interview and participant observation.
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