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Common linguistic problemsEnglish presents a number of issues to non-native speakers. It is grammatically unlike other languages and has a number of irregularities. Some major problems ESL students have to face while learning grammar: Word order – In the english language the word order is more important than it is in most of the languages. Even though the basic pattern (subject – verb – object – place- time) is simple, keeping this order might sound unnatural for many students, so they make some changes; that can make the sentence mean something completely different. Articles – for the nouns that we can count, we use ‘a’ or ‘an’ before the singular noun. Many ESL students get confused by these. E.g. ‘a cup of coffee’ is right, but ‘ a coffee’ is wrong. The definite article ‘the’ is used with most nouns whose specific identity is known. However, we shouldn’t use the article ‘the’ with names of people or with plural nouns that indicate the meaning ‘all’. Gerunds and Infinitives – A gerund is the – ing form of a verb, but in this form it is a noun. ESL learners often mix gerunds with infinitives. It is worth to remember that a gerund can be replaced with a pronoun ‘it’, while