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Problems for learners in JapanIn Japan, there are some issues students face regarding learning english. Teaching here since 2000, I have seen many of these problems in the classroom, not to mention in my everyday interactions in english outside the classroom here in Japan. One problem that would become apparent to an EFL teacher in Japan is pronunciation. The japanese language consists of only five vowel sounds, a (“ah” as in “father”), i (“ee” as in “meet”), u (“oo” as in “do”), e (“eh” as in “bay”) and o (“oh” as in “okay”). Additionally, students have difficulty with stringing together groups of consonants, as the language has a simple syllable structure, where the vowel sound is “preceded by one of approximately 15 consonant sounds. There are few complex consonant sound combinations such as in the english words strength or Christmas. Because of these differences japanese ESL students find english hard