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Problems for learners in KoreaThere are many areas of difficulty with learning a new language. Learners of the english language in South Korea particularly have problems in using the Roman alphabet, grammar, syntax, and new learning methods. South Korea, unlike some European countries, does not use the Roman alphabet. This needs to be taught and learnt by all students. Since some consonant sounds in the english language such as F, V, Z, L, and R are not present in the Korean alphabet, this can create pronunciation problems for students. Each character in the Korean alphabet has a distinct phonetic sound. So for words in the english language that have similar spelling but a different phonetic sound such as ‘breaks’ and ‘brakes’ can be confusing in reading and writing for students. Grammatical differences include the sentence arrangement structure to be ‘subject-object-verb’ in Korean and ‘subject-verb-object’ in english. A common mistake is that Koreans place the verb after the object like they do in their native tongue. The Korean language