IJSRP, Volume 3, Issue 6, June 2013 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Chinta Praveen Kumar
The purpose of this paper is to take a new look at an old question: the relationship between spoken language teaching practice and the process of learning language effectively. The general way to approach this is to discuss some research results first, talk about existing methods next, and then their implications. Significant part of this paper is, in fact, devoted to summarizing the current state of rural area people learning language skills, as I perceive it, I would like to draw some conclusions from methods and applications. Most of the learners of English tend to practice grammar rules, sentence patterns, vocabulary, and word phrases by resorting to grammar translation methods. The proper method of leaning speaking is to contextualize the language, bringing into present time use of language. It needless to say that many English teachers who are teaching English without aware of any objective of teaching. The cultural side of English is a very important aspect this is why especially in rural background there is a wide gap of learning English. Most often it is not just language that is to be spoken but culture, thoughts, emotions, interpersonal bonds have to be focused.