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Problems for learners in korea Learning a new language in general is a difficult thing to do. There are problems that arise when teaching a new language as well as when learning a new language. There are various known problems when teaching English in an Asian country, more specifically, when teaching in korea. These problems include but are not limited to: vocabulary, grammar, writing, speaking, cultural differences, etc. The cause of many difficulties for korean students is the fact that English belongs to the Indo- European Language Group and korean is similar to the Ural-Altaic Language Family (Cho, 2). When it comes to English vocabulary, koreans tend to add unnecessary words to descriptions. For example ?Her height is short? as opposed to ?She is short?. They may also confuse ?put on? and ?wear? when speaking about clothing. In korean, there are many words for ?wear? so students tend to avoid it. students may also confuse ?have? and ?catch? when used in sentences like ?I have a cold?. Learners in korea seem to have more trouble with the future tense than the past tense. Alex Case only notes one concern when it came to the past tense: Having a hard time with Past Perfect to express the distant past (instead of comparing two past times). For an example of a future