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Problems for learners in a country of your choice Learners of English as a second language face different problems depending on their origins. The first language can interfere with every aspects of the second language, including pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary. The mother language of the students should therefore be taken into account when teaching. Indeed, knowing what aspects of English are most problematic for learners of a specific language can make it easier for the teacher to understand difficulties encountered by the students. To illustrate this issue, the following paper will examine a few typical mistakes made by German speaking learners. The pronunciation of some words can be problematic for German learners. For instance ?wine? becomes ?vine? and ?we? becomes ?ve?. This occurs because the usual pronunciation of the letter ?w? in German is similar to that of the English letter ?v?. Another frequent mistake is to pronounce the word ?cost? like ?coast? as the sound /o?/ is confused with the /?/ sound that is learned as part of the alphabet. Moreover, the ?th? sounds does