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Problems for korean LearnersLearning English poses a number of specific challenges for korean students, some language-based and some cultural. The three main challenges I will address are the difficulties with English pronunciation and grammar, and the pressure placed on students to achieve and save face. My own personal experience has been with korean students in korea, meaning the class was monolingual, ranging in age from kindergarten to high school, in various regions of the country. korean students? main difficulty with the English language is in the pronunciation of consonants that vary from Hangeul, the korean language, and in the grammatical rules for sentence order. Despite the fact that Hangeul, which uses a non-Roman alphabet, is the official language of korea, the decades-long presence of the US military has made reading Latin script a common occurrence. Many stores and restaurants are written in Latin script, so koreans are usually exposed to the English language before they enter the classroom. The real difficulty is with the pronunciation of English, particularly consonants. There are many English consonants that simply do not exist in Hangeul. ?The most significant of these are the /?/ and /ð/ sounds in words such as then, thirteen and clothes, the /v/ sound,