English Speaking Mastery of Pare Graduates in Bumiayu
The purpose of this research is to analyze the speaking mastery of Pare graduates in Bumiayu. The source of data is Pare graduating students in Bumiayu. There are fifteen respondents from speaking course in Pare English village. The writers analyze their speaking skill that covers fluency, comprehensibility, and accuracy which consist of vocabulary, pronunciation and grammar. The writers use speaking theory from Heaton (1988). The writers apply descriptive qualitative design as the method. The writers use four steps to analyze the data. They are identifying, analyzing the accuracy, fluency and comprehensibility, describing the data by the table, and concluding the findings. The result of speaking mastery of Pare graduates in Bumiayu is there is no respondent classified as excellent. Meanwhile twenty seven percent respondents are classified as good, then thirty three percent respondents are classified as average, and forty percent respondents are classified as poor, while there is no respondent is classified as very poor. The writers conclude that how long the respondents have studied in Pare does not affect the students’ speaking mastery. There are some of them who have poor mastery even though they have been more than three months studying in Pare, and there are also those who have good mastery even though they have only studied for one month in Pare.