It is not an easy matter speaking an effective communication, which incidentally is the basic part of classroom interaction. In classroom setting interaction takes place to provide knowledge. During classroom interaction students make errors which breaks down communication. In this case, teachers usually provide oral feedback to indicate that either a misunderstanding in communication has occurred or a learner may commit other errors. For example, when students pronounce words wrongly, make grammar errors, or use words inappropriately, it may be necessary for student to receive feedback that makes him/her aware of the error. Therefore, this book would let you know oral correction techniques which are used by teachers, and students reaction to oral error correction in an EFL classroom. Moreover, this book recommends a new method of correction techniques.