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This paper explores instructors' perspectives and insights regarding the teaching of English Language Speaking Skill to pre-university students. Five instructors were selected for this study based on their proficiency in teaching ESL to pre-university students. A series of interviews were conducted to gain the instructors' perspectives. Based on the findings, these instructors discussed their perceptions of their students' performance in their speaking class and the reasons why their students were intimidated when presenting in front of the class. They also discussed ways to encourage students to speak in front of the class. The instructors were also questioned about their views on the implementation of online learning in the classroom. The results indicate that these instructors had contradictory views regarding the use of the Internet in their classrooms. The final section of the paper highlights the implications for practise and makes suggestions for future research.