Developing speaking approaches in teaching ESP

  • Shadmanov Sherzod Xursanaliyevich Kokand State Pedagogical Institute English teacher
Keywords: vocabulary, techniques, understanding, quantity and quality, communication, negotiated interaction


The object of this article is to make an in-depth study of the English language teaching, particularly, speaking skills. The article gives a brief overview of the substance of the topic and its importance today.


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How to Cite
Shadmanov Sherzod Xursanaliyevich 2023. Developing speaking approaches in teaching ESP. International Journal on Integrated Education. 6, 11 (Nov. 2023), 16-22. DOI: