Problems in Grammatical Structure: A Case Study of B.Ed. Student at the Education Department

  • Dr. Gulzar Ahmed Assistant Professor, Department of Teacher Education, Shaikh Ayaz University, Shikarpur, Sindh, Pakistan
  • Dr. Syed Shafqat Ali Shah Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Gujrat, Gujrat
  • Dr. Muhammad Nisar Principal, Model High School, Shakardarra, Kohat
Keywords: English, Grammar, Article, Verb, Preposition


English grammar is how words in the English language are translated into text. This includes the structure of words, phrases, clauses, and phrases, up to and including full-text structure. The main objective of the authors is to discover the difficulties of grammatical structures for students at the Department of Teacher Education. Shikarpur Shaikh Ayaz University. The students of B.Ed. undergraduate level of education department was selected as a data population. The fifty students were randomly selected from the education department. There is quantitative research underway. The researchers used a testing tool for a questionnaire. The student's collected data were analyzed by SPSS-Descriptive statistics.  Some of the challenges and problems are facing during the English Grammar lesson of B.Ed. students. The students have used the conditional verb and also the proper use of a phrasal verb that is one of the problems with students. The use of an article is also one of the fundamental problems for undergraduate students. Teachers should make it possible for students to practice these materials either through activity-based teaching or through the CLT method so that they can be more attentive to EFL learning and not focus on translation alone.