The ability to communicate orally is commonly used as a benchmark for evaluating linguistic competence. A person is considered to be a proficient learner of a language if they can speak it fluently. Even though English is required coursework in all levels of higher education in Pakistan, students enrolled in all levels of education still struggle to master the language. This study examines how BS-level students in our province get benefit from ELT in English. This demonstrates how students’ expressive skills are influenced by what’s covered in the classroom’s syllabi. This helps to clarify how educators manage to impart the necessary information to their students. For this investigation, we used a survey format. The study’s participants were undergraduates from Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences in Bahawalpur. The information was compiled by use of a questionnaire. The survey identified the most significant challenges students encounter while speaking: anxiety, lack of confidence, lack of practice, fear of making mistakes, a lack of a favourable setting, a lack of a rich vocabulary, and an inability to use grammatical patterns.