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Problems_for_Learners_in_MalaysiaMalaysia is a mulitracial and multicultural country, and English would most often be taught to a multilingual, rather than a monolingual group. There have also been recent debates on whether English should be taught as a second or foreign language, with a suggestion that it should be as a second language in the urban areas, and as a foreign language in rural areas, because English is spoken more widely in the cities, where the exposure to Western culture and influences is greater. Learners can be categorized into four ethnic groups: Ethnic Group % of population* Main Language Malay 50 Bahasa Malaysia (or Malay) chinese 24 chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien, etc.) Indians+Others 15 (7+8) Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam + Punjabi, thai Indigenous 11 Iban, Kadazan