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Problems for Learners in South KoreaThere are several main problems for english learners in Korea these are learning a new language, grammatical and sentence structure differences, word confusions, variety of english levels in a classroom, and lack of exposure to english. The first difficulty an english learner has to deal with is learning a new language. The english alphabet phonetic sounds have several sounds that do not exist in the Korean alphabet like ‘f’, ‘v’, ‘r’, ‘z’, and ‘l’. Many students have difficulties hearing these sounds or pronouncing them. While teaching in a classroom, I encounter these words. I have to overemphasis those letters, so that they are able to hear the differences. Students have to learn how to hear and pronounce these words, which is difficult when they had no encounter with english. Their ears, lips, and tongue are foreign to these letters. The second difficulty students have to deal with is the english grammar and sentence structure. Korean basic pattern of sentence structure is subject-object-verb. However, english basic pattern is subject-verb-object sentence structure. This causes confusion for students when it comes to writing or speaking. It takes them a while to reorganize before speaking because they have to change the