A CASE STUDY OF UNDERSTANDING AND EXPLANATION OF THE ORNAMENTAL VALUES OF PROVERBS AND ITS PROPER USE IN LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES.

Authors

  • Mr. Lakhyajit Chiring Assistant Professor, Department of English, Sadiya College, Affiliated to Dibrugarh University, Chapakhowa, Tinsukia, Assam

Keywords:

Proverbs, English Language learning, proverbial usage, medium, secondary school level

Abstract

This article is prepared with a very noble intention to study the level of understanding of proverbs and the ability of explanation of it at secondary level students of four different schools situated at Sadiya sub-division. The researcher took a total of 120 students on random selection basis namely from four schools. The targeted classes were seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth. The study was run in such a way that 30 students from class seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth each were taken. All students were randomly selected from each and every class. The researcher with the help of data, keeps effort to show the different level of understanding and capacity of explanation in different classes in different schools. The categories of students classified as A-excellent, B-good, C-average and D-poor and their percentage are presented with the help of tables and graphs.

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Published

15-05-2023

How to Cite

Mr. Lakhyajit Chiring. (2023). A CASE STUDY OF UNDERSTANDING AND EXPLANATION OF THE ORNAMENTAL VALUES OF PROVERBS AND ITS PROPER USE IN LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 9(5). Retrieved from http://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/2715