In this article it is examined how Chunking Language is perceived by online EFL students, and analyzed how this strategy enriches students’ vocabulary based on their ideas and experiences in online classes. The study used a qualitative research methodology through thematic analysis, where descriptive analysis was performed on the responses. Interview guide questions were used to explore participants’ insights and ideas on how to use the strategy. The findings showed that most EFL students fully understand the importance of vocabulary, but it was very difficult to use them in sentences. In addition, participants adopted Chunking Language as a life strategy in the module, which is important in language learning and an important approach in vocabulary literacy. As a strategy, it helps students learn new vocabulary and use it in appropriate contexts. Research shows that the spoken language module should be enriched taking into account grammar and usage in teaching vocabulary and used for more EFL learners.
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