Learning English has become a nightmare for Pakistani students, impeding their progress and development. Most, if not all, well-paying public and private jobs require one to be proficient in at least reading and writing English and the more fluent one is in the language the faster they are likely to progress at work, all else being equal.

Unfortunately, our education system fails to produce students with the desired level of English language proficiency, due to its many deficiencies and the fact that many students come from a background where English is not spoken in the home at all. Hence, even if we fix our education system, it is unlikely all students will be able to master the language.

Muhammad Bashir


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