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Pronunciation Problems in FranceWhile language instructors frequently focus on conveying the grammatical foundations of english to their students, an important complementary aspect of language acquisition is frequently ignored: pronunciation. Learning to properly produce the sounds that characterize english is a crucial component of expression. A student can exhibit a mastery of english but nonetheless be limited to written communication if his or her accent is impossible to penetrate. Understanding and practicing english phonetics should form an integral part of language instruction as it is the basis for effective oral communication. I specifically discuss here the pronunciation challenges faced by french speakers learning english and the solutions that can be deployed. For any non-native speaker of english, pronunciation problems arise when the sound to be expressed in english does not have a homologue in one’s native language. For the french, one of the biggest issues arises with the consonant “th” sound (as in “the”, “that”, or “this”) and english words including “th” are common and frequently used. A french person tends to substitute a “z” or “s” sound in its place, which is the basis for caricatures of the french accent. In order to pronounce