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Problems for Learners in JapanLearners in Japan are confronted with two major problems when attempting to learn english as a foreign language. The first problem is the multitude of differences between their native language and english; the phonetics in japanese compared to the phonetics produces in english, as well as grammatical differences. The second major challenge is their learning environment and unique mentality in Japan, than can create issues in the classroom. The japanese phonetic system makes no distinction between the “L” sound and the “R” sound, having only one sound between the english pronunciation of both those letters. This causes a problem phonetically when trying to distinguish between words that use those letters. A lack of the “V” sound also poses a problem, as japanese students often revert to the “B” sound in english instead (Shoebottom). Japan also places a vowel after every hard consonant, creating a problem when saying multi-consonant words. For example, the english word “Practical” would be spoken as “Pu-ra-ki-ta-ru” by a typical japanese speaker. The final hurdle with phonetics from japanese students is that they also do not have the same range of vowels as is the case in english, and therefore have issues with diphthong in