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Problems for Learners in SpainIn general the problems identified here apply to all native Spanish speakers (whether in spain or South America), however there are some that are specific to spain due to differences in regional pronunciation norms, and culture. There are also a number of problems that would apply to most learners of English as a foreign language. Some of the major problems faced by learners of English in spain include: ? Spelling and Pronunciation There are a number of sounds in English that do not exist in Spanish, and Spanish speakers may have difficulty in mastering their pronunciation. These include: - The long ?ee? as in ?sleep? ? Spanish speakers have difficulty distinguishing this from ?slip? (both aurally and vocally) - The short ?a? as in ?cat? (phonetic æ) ? usually pronounced by Spanish speakers as ?cut? because this is how a is pronounced in Spanish, and there is no equivalent of the æ sound in Spanish - Soft ?s? or ?z? as in ?easy? or ?zap? ? this sound does not exist in Spanish ? the s is always a hard s - In spain,