An Investigation of English-majored Students’ Strategies for Learning English Grammar at Thai Nguyen University of Technology

Thao Thi Phuong Vi, Thuong Thi Kim Nguyen, Phuong Thi Ma


In foreign language learning, grammar acquisition is becoming more and more important, especially in English, grammar is an inseparable part. From such a vantage point, this study mainly investigated English-majored students’ grammar learning strategies. The study was conducted using the quantitative method at School of Faculty of International Training, Thai Nguyen University of Technology, with the participation of 26 students during K52-K55. The data were collected through two Google forms. The analysis of the quantitative data revealed that the students think learning English grammar is important and that they use a variety of learning strategies when they learn and use grammar structures. The findings showed that the students are aware of the importance of using grammar learning strategies and the majority of them know how to apply grammar learning strategies. Furthermore, the results indicated that there is a significant relationship between the use of grammar learning strategies and students’ learning levels. Finally, the study showed that using grammar learning strategies is influential in grammar achievement.


English grammar, learning, strategies, acquisition, achievement

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