Over the past few decades, it has been recognized that pragmatic competence is a fundamental element for an adequate mastery of foreign languages. Knowledge of speech acts in EFL contexts has been one of the primary concerns of a number of researchers in the field of interlanguage pragmatics. This book brings serious issues on the surface in terms of investigating EFL learners' production of speech acts. In this respect, Moroccan context is considered as a fertile ground to make valuable studies in this area because of the outstanding status of English language especially at the university level. As a result, the book adresses profoundly the critical issue of pragmatic transfer and its impact on learners' communicative competence. Undoubtedly, this book provides credible insights for learners, teachers, and curriculum designers; It is inspiring as it critically pushes the reader to ask significant questions regarding EFL learners' pragmatic competence. In addition, it is an illuminating window to develop new research projects.