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Problems for learners in spain According to our professional experience, here are some difficulties that Spanish learners of English are likely to encounter during their learning process. Spanish speakers frequently have problems with pronunciation because of the differences between the two languages? sound systems; English has 12 vowels and 8 diphthongs while Spanish has only 5 of each. Therefore, Spanish learners often have difficulty with distinguishing between words like ?treat? and ?trip?. They also confuse the consonants ?v? and ?b? as in ?voice? with the sound of ?boat? and the ?s? as in ?sauce? with the sound of ?z? as in ?zoo?. Furthermore, since Spanish always has an ?e? before ?s? in word beginnings, they find an initial ?s? difficult to pronounce and tend to add an ?e? sound, which makes words like ?school? into ?eschool?. Besides, students from southern spain particularly mistake the sound ?sh? for ?ch?, both of which are nearly similar in their regional language. This fact makes words like ?chair? sound as in ?share?.