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Learning a language needs to advocate any kinds of language teaching areas which focuse on how language is developed. One way to do this is to find out a suitable teaching methodology in facilitating the learners to learn the language. As such, this article stresses a subtancial point of methodology to achieve the goal of developing learner’s communicative competence. It refers to process-based methodology since it shares as a common starting point a focus on creating classroom processes that is believed to best facilitate language learning. This metodology is Communicative Language Teaching regarded as developing from a focus on classroom processes and engaging learners in communicative practice. In the area of communicative competence developed, it includes the aspects of language knowledge such as knowing how to use the language for different purposes, how to maintain the language use strategies, how to set the language in formal or informal situation and how to use different types of texts.

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