Speaking English in Indonesia is still a foreign language learning. where the students' ability in using English is still low. The use of English is only used when they are studying English subjects in class, without being practiced directly in daily communication like other countries.the reason because the students are shy and afraid. The aim of this research to describe the naturalness of environment on English speaking skills at English study program Madura University. This research is qualitative research by using narrative. Researched obtained data from, observation, interview and documentation. Based on the result of the study show the students in the English study program feel in the English study program feel insecure when speaking in public, mix English and Indonesian when the student don’t know the vocabulary. The English study program does not have a language laboratory facility that helps students to develop their abilities, the students often communicate with their classmates and with teacher, but when talking to the lecturer most are afraid of being wrong. Students only talk in class and during class. When, outside class rarely to speak English


Speaking, Language environment, Naturalness of environment


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DOI: 10.53712/ellite.v7i1.2256


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