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Problems for English learners from GermanyBecause I am living in germany and will teach English here, I have chosen to focus my paper on some of the learning issues that Germans have. I am very mindful of the differences between English and German, as I am also a German student and constantly compare the two languages to help me understand and speak German better. While both English and German belong to the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family and share many features, English has some unique characteristics that pose some difficulties for German learners. Differences that students can have problems with including alphabet pronunciation, phonology, grammar, false friends in vocabulary, mispronunciations that create comical meanings, as well as other more trivial differences. There are areas where English is much easier than German that can still create small mistakes. Most specifically, English does not gender specific articles and has no inflection, or changed endings, when using adjectives. While this makes vocabulary and sentence building a little easier, it can be a challenge for Germans to leave the gender rules out of speaking and at times they refer to objects as he and she rather