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I believe writing is where most students will excel. The pronunciation is where they will have issues. In most Asian countries I find it's hard for them to use th until properly shown how. I noticed this talking and working with a lot of Asians. There are other countries that have issues with other sounds, and words. SO drilling will be a big part of lessons, to ensure correct pronunciation. The writing will always come easier, but cause it can be written down, and practiced while not in class. If the student has no one to talk to at home in English. I myself learning another language also find pronunciation more difficult then writing. I am just not sure what would be acceptable as passing, when it comes to speaking.