Challenges of Libyan students in learning Indonesian language ( strategies and factors )

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  • Khairy Abdulkaream Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa

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Acquiring a new language is not an easy thing. There must be strategies and factors that help a language learner through the period of his/her study. In this narrative research I asked some Libyan students in Indonesia about the strategies and factors that encouraged or discouraged them in learning Indonesian language and approached some strategies and factors that encouraged or discouraged Libyan students in Indonesia to learn Indonesian language.

The strategies can be from the learner’s experience for example cultural background, perfection what he educated of a language, Exercise and practice and the persistence of motivation.

The factors for example problem in receiving the source language text, difficulty in realizing the problem of translation, variety In language activities and individual differences. These strategies which are developed from the students to help them in learn Indonesian language confront of some factors through the learning process.e

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2020-03-22