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Problems for Learners in JapanEven though japanese students study english for seven to ten years very few become fluent or even reach the intermediate or advanced levels; most japanese students remain beginners or pre-intermediate stage. However, there are always exceptions. Most often these exceptions are extremely motivated gifted students or students that have spent time outside of Japan in a country where english is taught and or used. There are several factors that account for this situation; they are the framework in which english is taught, differences between the alphabets and sounds, and lack of practice opportunities. The japanese education system focuses on taking tests and mainly teacher oriented classrooms. The teacher stands as the giver of knowledge and it is up to the students to apply the knowledge and internalize. Also, most if not all instruction is done solely in japanese. The teachers teach what is going to be on the test so that the students can pass. Having assisted in japanese classes of many different levels I have observed that there are very little to no authentic texts used, mostly the class is made up of the textbook and worksheets; this also accounts for the lack or opportunities to practice english