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Linguistic literacy is one of the learning outcomes that language education seeks to achieve because it works to develop students' awareness and understanding of all aspects of the language, and it also enables students to use the language with skill, and provide them with a linguistic wealth that develops the ability to communicate effectively in different life situations, as well as enlightenment Linguistically students avoid avoiding linguistic errors, and is an indication of the judgment of students' levels, as it gives them the ability to control the language, and to view the grammar as a tool for understanding the language and its taste and a means to ensure the integrity of the linguistic performance, not as dry and complicated rules.
And if linguistic enlightenment in general is important for those practicing the profession of education, it is more important for students of the departments of the English language in colleges of education, and those who are entrusted in the future with the matter of teaching and disseminating their culture among learners, developing their language abilities and skills, and training them in different language activities so that they can be able to express themselves and their attitudes, and use appropriate words to construct sentences, to transfer their knowledge, ideas, and experiences to others in proper linguistic ways.
The aim of the research is to identify the level of linguistic literacy among students of the fourth stage in the Department of English in the College of Education for Humanities and the College of Education for Girls, and their number has reached (100) students, as well as to identify the level of their performance of creative writing skills, and to reveal the relationship between their level of linguistic literacy and the level of their performance of creative writing skills. An analytical descriptive approach was used to suit the nature of this research.