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Speaking is one of the four basic skills of English (listening, writing, reading and speaking) and is considered important because in learning English, the goal of students is of course to be able to speak and communicate with each other. However, speaking is an aspect that worries many students, and speaking skills are often used as a benchmark for success in learning English. Students who are certainly anxious will find it difficult to follow the learning process. They may learn less and may not understand what they have learned.
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