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Common problems of learning english as a second language for native french speakers.In light of my current experience, teaching english as a second language at ISAT (Institut Superieure d’Automobile et Transport), in France, I choose to elaborate on the grammatical and phonetic difficulties that the french native speaker experiences throughout his/her learning process. This paper presents the most essential grammatical and phonetic linguistic challenges taken from my teaching experience, concluding with a brief summary of counter techniques. GRAMMAR I believe that the french language is a very difficult and complex language, containing complicated grammatical forms and conjugations, verb tenses, and exceptions to every rule, which can be learnt over a significant period of interaction and immersion in the language. The english and french language interaction throughout history is evident through similar structures, forms and cognates present in both languages. The areas of overlap include: auxiliaries, participles, active/passive voice, and past/present/future tenses. In my opinion, in comparison to the french language, english grammar seemed much more straightforward and easy to apply. Surprisingly, in regards to grammar, there