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Difficulty in learning English as a second language or foreign language

Students of all ages can experience one or more types of problems when learning English. In this article I will briefly address the specific problems of the attitude factors, time and money. The problems mentioned below do not recognize borders.

Students in their youth do not generally attach great importance to learn English. Football, friends, online games, listen to music and hanging out with friends seems to be some of the most important thing on his mind. In this age of work and family seems to be years away, and learning English are not generally considered to be required to take college or university for quality that can lead to fill the average size of a career officer. To summarize, the world is more important than learning English. South Korea and Thailand, according to my research student, this hobby is an eternity · Sleeping ¨.

Students whose career has just begun, which is equivalent to a bachelor now that the potential revenue if they go to get a master’s degree. Many of these young people are now married with a child and taking them is not economic goals without graduate degrees. Then they start taking English lessons started to increase their chances of passing the TOEFL,IELTS or GRE for admission to college or university in the U.S.. The problems I see and hear these students for the workplace and families require a lot of energy and time that they have little time and energy to be used for studying English. I see a great number of students have not completed the amount of study in English to pass TOEFL or GRE with a score high enough to take college or university in the U.S.. Cost of English courses is another concern exhausting. Family budgets are so tight that many students give up school because the food and pay rent for the house are the priorities. Dreaming of going on to university in the U.S. and returned home to a master’s hand slowly fades into the future, the present and the past few years rapidly. South Korea, the favorite pastime and age of the students had a dream, followed in second place, drinking Soju (rice, high alcohol wines) while playing billiards.

The next population of students who are struggling to improve their English skills are accountants, managers of import and export, middle managers, vice presidents and presidents of national and international companies, all, j “I have learned English. This group of students was about ten for fifteen years for a job, and now it is very important to communicate effectively in English, especially because of globalization and the expansion of international trade. many of these cases, as in the above examples, other factors affect the performance of students and their goals . Many professionals in national and international communities burned time English classes usually begin in five or six in the evening. Red Eye of overwork and complaints subtle twitch muscles, high blood pressure, weakened immune system and other disorders associated with overwork and stress and inhibit the development of students; improve their skills in English. This age group of students considered family and sleeping outside their primary work interest. When a middle-aged and the deteriorating health of days of playing billiards and drinking Soju after work with colleagues over a long time ago.

So all in all, each age its own barriers to prevent the acquisition or improvement of skills in the English language. Of course, an extraordinary group of students that people of all ages who persevere and succeed in their studies.

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How it is developed: The English language is today the most widely spoken of any language in the world. It is not only the native language of Britain and many other countries but it is also being learn by people of nations everywhere as the foreign language most useful to know.

How did it come to be the English language?

The English language was introduced into Britain by the Anglo- Saxons when they invaded the island in the 5th, 6th and 7th centuries from Europe. It was different from modern English as we know it, as all languages change through the centuries, but the words these people brought over become the basis of English. New words have been added even since then, as new ideas, institutions and inventions were adopted and the words for them needed.

When St. Augustine brought Christianity to England in the 6th century, he brought too, a set of Latin, and Greek words connected with region – words such as altar, nun and creed. The Norsemen from Scandinavia who invaded England in the 9th and 10th centuries spoke a branch of the Germanic language related to the language of the original Anglo-Saxon settlers; it is probable that the two people could understand each other, and the Norsemen introduced many new worlds into language. Some of these took the place of older English words of the same meaning: sky, leg, knife, egg and follow are example of words introduced at this time. When the Normans came from France in the year 1066, they introduced a host of French words dealing with law and government, the church , hunting and chivalry – words such as attorney, assize, saint and feudal. When Caxton first began to print in the English language, he choose books such as Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales written in the dialect of the southeast of England and this had enormous influence on the language spoken in other parts of the country.

When the revival of learning influenced England in the 16th century, more Latin words poured in_ words such as operate and horticulture. And as Englishmen began to sail round the world to found colonies in distant lands and came into touch with distant people, so they brought back words from everywhere.

When new sciences came into being during the last century, many new words needed to be invented to describe the new ideas, such as telegram and psychology. Today the English of the old world is much influenced by the English of the new world and the U.S.A has sent across the Atlantic in its films and plays many new words to describe the things and situations that began over.

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When you are attempting to learn English you have to make sure that you are taking the time to understand how you can succeed. English is a hard language to learn and you want to make sure that you are setting yourself up to be successful.

First, you want to make sure that you are passionate about the language. Taking the time to cultivate your desire to learn English is important and you want to make sure that you know how you are going to want to learn.

Wanting to learn will also change your attitude about the way that you learn. You have to make sure that you are excited about your studies and you look forward to learning the language throughout the time that you are studying.

You should also make sure that you set goals for yourself and you have a way of rewarding yourself. There are many people that get too frustrated with this process and give up because they feel like they just cannot learn the language.

Narrowing down your goals to make sure that you are capable of reaching them is very important. The more that you understand about what you are capable of and which goals are going to work for you in your life the better off you will be.

Taking the time to understand how you are going to set reasonable goals may require the input of another. This input should come from someone that knows the ropes of learning English and has dealt with others that are learning as well.

When you talk with someone that knows more about the situation than you do you will have a much better idea of what is actually plausible. Setting goals that are ridiculous or unattainable can be very discouraging and frustrating.

You should also make sure that you are taking the time to understand how you learn the best. If you need to hire someone to teach you what you need to learn take the time to find a teacher that you get along with and that can help you.

You should also make sure that you set aside time each day to study. When you can set aside time each day to study you may find that you are able to pick up on the language quicker than if you were to study for a long period of time inconsistently.

Repetition becomes very important when you are learning any new language. There are so many different rules and exceptions to rules that can occur when you are dealing with the English language that you must make sure you are consistently reiterating to yourself.

When you are learning the language you also want to take the time to immerse yourself with native speakers. Hearing the language and trying to understand and talk to native speakers can be very beneficial.

Do not be scared to take the time to talk with native speakers. There are a lot of people that are too embarrassed or too scared that they will fail so they refuse to practice the parts of the language that they have learned.

When you find yourself being scared learn to deal with that fear and talk anyways. The more that you are able to talk and figure out how to correct yourself the easier it will be to carry on a fluid conversation in English.

A much less intimidating way of immersing yourself in the language is to watch television. When you are watching television you have to make sure that you are focusing to understand each word that is being said and not just the general theme.

When you are focusing on each word you may also start to learn and recognize different fluctuations in tone and pitch. These can change the meaning of a word and you want to pick up on the way that the television characters say them.

Although you cannot talk back to the television, watching television in English can greatly improve the skills that you are developing. You may find a television show that you enjoy that will not be difficult to watch.

You can also listen to the radio or read books in English as often as you can. These are two different ways that you can expose yourself and immerse yourself into the English language without too much effort.

Learning the English language may be hard. If you take the time to set goals and practice consistently you may be able to find the success you are looking for.

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