The motivation of learners is an essential variable which is of much concern and an issue to the professionals in language classes. The author focuses on highlighting different strategies that may assist in increasing and sustaining the second language learners’ motivation which is also one of the primary predictors of success. Motivations in second language learning have been defined differently by a different school of thoughts and perceptions. Precisely, motivation in second language learning is the dynamically altering cumulative arousal in an individual that initiates, directs, coordinates amplifies, terminates, as well as evaluating the cognitive and motor procedures whereby initial wishes and needs are selected, prioritized, operationalised and either successfully or unsuccessfully acted out. The description is indeed capturing various influential factors that compel learners’ desire or arousal to acquire the English as a second language.