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Problems for learners in JapanTeaching English in Japan is fun and rewarding, but does have its share of difficulties. A few of the biggest problems for japanese people are the English language itself, the simplicity of japanese pronunciation, and the modest culture japanese people live by. English is a very difficult language to learn, even for native speakers. It comes with rules, but also many exceptions to the rules. There are numerous grammatical, spelling and pronunciation inconsistencies. Starting with very basic sentence structure, English starts to get complicated very quickly. There are many parts to sentences, and they aren?t always used in the same order. Verb tenses in English are irregular and difficult to learn, for example ?go, going, gone, went.? For many verb conjugations the only way to learn the tenses is just to memorize them- some don?t follow any rule or logic. There are many different ways to form plurals of words. It?s no wonder we have spelling competitions at so many levels in our country, as there seem to be more exceptions to our spelling then there are rules. Words like ?through, cough, photograph, and school are a few examples. How about the plural of ?bus?? ?Buses,? pronounced like ?fusses,? (as in ?a toddler fusses,?) not ?fuses? (as in