Communication Strategies in English Conversations

Puthut Ardianto

Abstract


This research aims to reveal communication strategies used by students of the English Education Department of a university in Indonesia in English conversations and to find out the moments when the strategies were used. This research employed an interlanguage analysis. There were four par- ticipants who were asked to converse under a certain picture and was audio-recorded, transcribed, coded, and analysed. The findings show that the participants employed thirteen strategies when they were having English conversations.


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