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Sadikov Erkin Tursunovich


There have been a lot of investigations on receptive and productive skills. Being one of the receptive skills, academic reading requires a learner to make meaning from the language input. In contrast, individuals must produce both meaning and output in their own writing. Therefore, maybe, writing appears to be challenging or problematic for English language learners. This review firstly investigates the factors that affect students’ performance in writing; secondly, it examines educators’ awareness in understanding the subsistence of being listed impacts and finally it highlights some pragmatic factors which learners may encounter with while their production.

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Sadikov Erkin Tursunovich. (2021). THE ROLE OF PRAGMATICS IN OVERCOMING CHALLENGES OF ACADEMIC WRITING. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 9(11), 247–249. Retrieved from


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