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Elmiati Elmiati
Armilia Riza
Rika Afrianti
Hevriani Sevrika


This study aims to inform about what the dominant negative emotions of students in learning English are. This is descriptive research. Participants in this study were high school students in Sijunjung, The students involved here were 23 students. Data were collected by distributing questionnaires and conducting interviews to students, with a total of 35 questions. Based on the data obtained during the study, the researchers concluded that the results of the study showed that the students felt more dominant in 91% fear and 83% anxiety in learning English. This result is also supported by the students' answers in the interview. From the data above, it can be concluded that students feel all the characteristics of negative emotions in learning English, but there are only two of the 12 indicators that are more dominantly felt by students at SMAN Sijunjung

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Elmiati, E., Riza, A., Afrianti, R., & Sevrika, H. (2022). STUDENTS’ NEGATIVE EMOTIONS IN LEARNING ENGLISH. Ekasakti Educational Journal, 2(2), 142-147.


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