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Problems for learners in spain I have chosen to write about the problems for Spanish learners. As I currently live in spain in this will most likely be the situation that I will encounter the most. Many problems exist for Spanish learners of English, but I have chosen to focus on pronunciation and phonology, the spoken language versus the written language, and grammar/verb tense and word order. I will discuss these problems to gain a better understanding of the potential difficulties of Spanish learners and the possible study stage activities to aid with learning. Pronunciation and phonology The definition of pronunciation is the way that a word or a language is spoken. English pronunciation is comprised of consonant sounds such as the ?th? fricative sound and vowel sounds such as short and long vowels a,e,i,o,u,y. Consonant and vowel sounds cause problems for Spanish learners as Spanish is a phonetically written language; how you see the word written is how it is pronounced. English presents problems as it is not a phonetic language and the structures between speech and the written language vary greatly. For example, if the end consonant is not pronounced strongly enough the word ?hard? may be pronounced