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Teaching beginner studentsTeaching beginner students can be very intimidating to inexperienced teachers, however; many of them find the experience rewarding and worth the challenge. The term “beginner” can fall under many categories. One being the absolute beginner, another being the false beginner, the adult beginner, the young beginner, and even the beginner without Roman alphabet. Teaching an absolute beginner is working with a student who has no english skills at all. A false beginner is a student that may have been exposed to english in the past but has not retained much of the information. It is common that they will be able to produce a few basic sentence structures. The adult beginner is a student who has made the decision to learn the language for a purpose that he or she considers beneficial. There is strong motivation behind this purpose, possessing them with the will to learn. However, young beginners are often forced to learn the language and lack the motivation to do so, yet they tend to learn faster than most adults. As for the beginner without Roman alphabet, he or she will require a lot of work on basic literacy skills as well as a lot of practice