The article provides information about the significance of the immersion and integrations of four major languages skills in EFL (English as a foreign language) classroom. The author thoroughly discusses the efficiency and relevance of implementing all four skills in classroom and its accordance with the enhancement of learners’ performance.


skills integration increased cognitive flexibility contextualized vocabulary


How to Cite
Gulbahor Tukhtaeva, & Pardayeva Aziza. (2024). The Importance of Integrating the Four Language Skills and Its Impact on Student Performance. Zien Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 28, 21–23. Retrieved from https://zienjournals.com/index.php/zjssh/article/view/4947


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