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Problems for learnners in the UkraineEnglish is the language I love, and if you love something you accept both its negative and positive traits. But the people who have not started loving the language yet, feel entirely different. The moment they encounter a problem, they begin complaining and demand explanations. They cannot accept the fact that languages are different, and just the same as with your mother tongue you have to take the foreign language for granted. The english and Ukrainian languages are different. english is an analytic language, i.e. the connection between the words is provided syntactically with the help of additional words, therefore the word order plays an important role in conveying the meaning. Ukrainian is a synthetic language where the words are linked with the help of inflections – conjugation for verbs and declension for nouns, adjectives and pronouns. Thus, the same word can be placed almost anywhere and the sentence will retain its meaning as long as the inflections are selected properly. Problem one: pronunciation. Most Ukrainian speaking people find problematic to pronounce the following sounds: [r] as in “rose”, as in “thin”,