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Problems that chinese Speakers have when Speaking EnglishAfter reading an article on the common problems that chinese people in general have when speaking and trying to learn english, I’ve made a note of several key areas that I should be aware of when teaching my charges. Namely, pronunciation, verb tenses/ and phrasal verbs. Ah, yes, pronunciation. The butt of jokes about english language learners everywhere and the creator of the infamous “flied lice” jokes. The biggest problem that seems to hurt Asian language speakers and in particular, the chinese, are /r/ and /l/. Often, without context, “light” and “right” become indistinguishable from each other. Or, as the article on the TESOL course site states The pronunciations of some vowels are confusing to english learners in China. /I/, /e/, and /ae/ do not distinguishably make any difference to the most of chinese students. Words