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Young learners vs Adult learners ‘With age comes experience’ and ‘You’re as young as you feel’ are two commonly held ideals among many groups of people the world over. While they both have a ring of truth to them, sometimes the way we feel and the experiences we have encountered in our lives can have a positive or negative effect on us. Aside from the age differences that exist between young learners and adult learners there are many more variances between the two that enable one to succeed where the other may struggle or even fail. There is no doubt that learning a new language is difficult at any age. We all have to start somewhere, but our motivation is what ultimately drives us to succeed. In the case of young learners vs. adult learners, adult learners initially have the upper hand because chances are they had the choice to learn the new language and are highly motivated to succeed and achieve their personal or career goals with english. This differs greatly from young learners, who’s decision the learn english was likely their parents’ choice. However, as time progresses the goals of adult learners may change and young learners may