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Problems for learners in JapanThough all students have problems learning a new language, regardless if it’s with vocabulary, grammar or speaking it, there are always specific problems with different nationalities. Students from Japan also have these problems. They can range from grammar, to fluency, and even with listening! The problem with grammar is caused by various factors. Unlike the english language, the japanese don’t have the same grammatical structure. They have a subject-object-verb order in which prepositions follow nouns and particles follow the rest of the sentence. It wouldn’t make sense to them to have it any other way. It is the same as asking an english speaker to use the japanese structure. To us, the sentence would sound jumbled and unclear. That is how a japanese learner would feel. Another problem in grammar is using the different tenses. Once again, they are accustomed to using the tenses to mean different things. For example, the present simple can be used to talk about future events. It creates a big confusion within the students having to change all that and follow what we think is correct. Verb agreement is another difficult thing to learn for japanese learners. When verbs do not agree, we know it is an incorrect sentence. To the japanese student,