A Review of Charanjit Kaur Swaran Singh: The Mistake of Writing in Grammar Errors
Keywords:Grammar, Analysis Error, Writting, Teacher
This paper aimed at reviewing the article entitled â€œThe Mistake of Writing In Grammar Errors Made by Studentsâ€ written by Charanjit Kaur Swaran Singh, et.all., (2019). It seems in this article the ignored skill is â€œwritingâ€ skill. She mentioned as a skill that most underestimated in the ESL context. The aims this study is to analyze the difficulties of grammar error committed by ESL studies in writing comprehend faced by students of Senior Lecture on department Faculty of Language and Communication Universiti.Â The errors of theÂ research findings revealed that subject-verb agreement and tenses were the most common type of errors. involving aroundgroup of Diploma students who sat for a university entrance exam.Â Interview and a set of questions was accumulated from data.Â In addition, the students are not having the skill to understood the meanings of nine types of grammatical. Moreover, the students are not able to understanding essay in writing their are have poor command of the English language. The paper sees this articles are trying to detect the ESL studentsâ€™weakness in writing. These results may help ESL teachers and boosting students writing comprehension skills. As a outcome, this present paper may say that this article can be replicable onto the same topic research, especially on the methodology section.
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