Styles and Strategies of a Vietnamese and an Indonesian Student in Learning English

Yazid Basthomi


The present paper is a report of an investigation on the styles and strategies used by a Vietnamese and an Indonesian student in learning English. The subjects were a Vietnamese who was taking English bridging courses and an Indonesian formally taking ELICOS at Curtin University of Technology, W.A. The objective of the study was to find out what makes up the styles and strategies of the two subjects. The result of the study was projected to provide bases for ELT practices, particularly, regarding the styles and strategies of Asian ESL/EFL learners, in general, and Vietnamese and Indonesian students, in particular


Learning English, Vietnamese student, Indonesian student

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