Perception and performance: The influence of linguistic knowledge and self-efficacy beliefs on the L2-english spoken fluency of Taiwanese University Students

The majority of Taiwanese university students obtain high proficiency in all domains of L2-English but speaking. Research often attributes this imbalance to insufficient opportunities to speak in the general context where most Taiwanese students learn English. Indeed, L2 classrooms in Taiwan have been criticised for neglecting oral skills, and students are often anxious about their lack of L2 speaking competence. ...

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