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Peculiarities of the English LanguageThe English language is unique in that it contains four language systems: the Phonologic System, the Syntactic System, the Semantic System, and the Pragmatic System. These four different systems present many difficulties for a student learning English as a second language. An esl teacher must have knowledge of these systems in order to facilitate the language acquisition. The Phonological System is the first and most basic system and is the sound system of English with approximately forty-four sounds. A phoneme is the smallest unit of sound while a grapheme is the written representation of a phoneme using one or more letters. This system is used in pronouncing words, detecting regional and other dialects, decoding words when reading, using invented spelling, and reading and writing alliterations and onomatopoeia. The second system is the Syntactic System. This is the structural system of English that governs how words are combined into sentences. Simply put, it is the word order that is used. This word order or the structure or grammar can change a sentence from a statement to a question. For example, ?She is going to the party.? versus ?Is she going to the party??