volume 35, issue 4, P17-31 2019
DOI: 10.17576/jkmjc-2019-3504-02
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Edward Jay Quinto, Bernardino C. Ofalia, Jinho Bae, Lean Syhing Salonga

Abstract: Internationalization has prompted schools to send out students in study-abroad programs. Many inbound international students come to the Philippines often to learn the English language at lower tuition costs, lower costs of living, and well-trained teachers. Among Koreans, many feel strongly motivated to learn English, yet many remain unwilling to communicate in real-life situations. The researchers explore the notion of (un)willingness to communicate among ten Korean EFL learners in study abroad programs in M…

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