The English language is a basic requirement that should be acquired by a student in a school. It is suggested that the student’s learning gap was connected to their socioeconomic background, peers, and the lack of resources in the subject. Due to the declining trend of failed students, this study was conducted to identify and correlate the problems of students that affects their achievement in the English language. the respondent’s data was gathered in two types of communities: rural and urban. Descriptive type of research was used to accomplish the study’s objective. The study discovered that this urban area has more access on references than those that are in the rural area. The collected data shows that the impact of teachers and peers affect their achievement in English subjects in both communities. The findings also showed that female students in both rural and urban areas tend to perform better than male students, but the great average of these academic performers are seen to more on urban areas. The findings the conducted study led to researchers to conclude that: male students are poor performers in the English subject; instructors should continue to be fair to their students; and schools in rural areas should be given access to English-related references.

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Published on 01/01/2023

DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7623839
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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