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Pronunciation Problems for students in ChinaIn china there is not just one language, but a few different dialects including Mandarin (spoken by about 70% of the population) plus Cantonese, Taiwanese and Wu. English and chinese belong to two different language families and are significantly different. Firstly, unlike English, chinese doesn?t have an alphabet and uses a logographic system for its written language. These are symbols, which represent words. Because of this huge difference, chinese learners may have some difficulty in reading and writing words. This makes English a difficult prospect for new learners. Secondly, chinese is a tone language, which means that different pitch (low or high) can distinguish the meaning of a word. In English, pitch expresses emotion but not difference in meaning altogether. Lastly there is the issue of motivation and cultural differences which also hinder the learning process. I will cover this later. Cultural Differences The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis mentions that the languages we learn as a child strongly influence the ways we think and view the world. It directly influences one?s life. It says that during the acquisition of a second language, learners will perceive meanings in L2 from their own culture. Therefore, miscommunication