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Persistent and Potential Problems Preventing EFL Reading Comprehension of Saudi University Students

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT II
DECLARATION III
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1
Background of the Study 2
Reading as an Interactive Process 5
Rationale for the Study 6
Statement of the Problem 9
Aims of the study 10
Significance of the Study 10
Research Questions 12
REFERENCES 14


CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

Language is a means of communication and, everyone learns a language to communicate from early childhood.   Language is very important because it serves as a means for people to exchange their ideas, thoughts and feelings with each other.
Once a person learns a language, he/she becomes a member of a linguistic community.   Since language helps a person to express their love, sadness, anger, and happiness, it has become a component of every culture in this world. For this reason, people from across the globe develop a deep rooted love and emotional bonding for their mother tongues. However, with the concept of globalization which has over taken the entire world, the need to communicate in a regular language has become increasingly important. The clearest example of this...

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