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Rita Bajrami, Arburim Iseni


The primary goal of this study is to increase readers' understanding of assessment for language learning and development, particularly as it relates to morphology for students of EFL (English as a Foreign Language). We also consider noting the many assessment methods that might be employed to determine how well EFL students understand morphology. Second, we'll go over a variety of language-improvement strategies that we could use to help EFL students better understand English morphology. We'll look at a few benefits of peer evaluation for EFL learners' vocabulary and morphological comprehension in the third segment. This study will go over peer assessment's benefits, the process of language improvement in English morphology, and evaluation as a critical component of language learning.

Keywords: morphology, assessment, affixation, compounding, conversion, etc.

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