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ALRJournal. 2021; 5(4): 228-236 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2021.59480

Analyzing the Etymological Approach to Study English

Olga Vladilenovna Makashina1, Alandarov Roman1, Ekaterina Lutoshkina2, Olga Alymova2, Ravil Akhmadeev3, Irina Avvakumova3
1Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
2Power Engineering Design Department, National research university "MPEI"
3Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

Several studies reveal that vocabulary attainment is one of the most critical requirements of English language learners. As a matter of fact, Words are challenging to memorize out of context. There are numerous techniques to develop vocabulary by practicing them in communications, reading excellent books, studying newspapers and magazines, etc. There also remain several sources for people actively seeking to acquire new words. Identifying the roots of words, language scholars shortly learn the meaning of multiple exotic words they have never witnessed earlier, stemmed from the same root. Etymology is functional, efficient, and fascinating.
Moreover, it is a fast word attack strategy. Hence, the chief aim of the study is to evaluate the impact of etymological vocabulary instruction on the adult EFL learnersí. To accomplish the aim of the study, we utilized and gathered several relevant studies to be able to draw an informative and thorough conclusion. The outcomes of the study demonstrate that the students getting treatment in the experimental group outdid those in the control group.

Keywords: Etymological Approach, linguistics, English, EFL learnersí.

Olga Vladilenovna Makashina, Alandarov Roman, Ekaterina Lutoshkina, Olga Alymova, Ravil Akhmadeev, Irina Avvakumova. Analyzing the Etymological Approach to Study English. ALRJournal. 2021; 5(4): 228-236

Corresponding Author: Olga Vladilenovna Makashina, Russia
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