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This paper intends to describe the nature of activities conducted, tutor factors, English language use, and benefits of the peertutori -obs were gathered and interpreted. The findings revealed that the peer-tutoring program was a conducive platform for students to practice the language. The study offers valuable insights into the improvement of tertiary English Second Language (ESL) classroom practice, syllabus design and materials development. The findings suggest that students learnt bestdoi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.11.288 fatcat:dzn2d6ohx5bhhgjvmpakl5o76u