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Pronunciation Problems in SpainTeaching English in spain, especially teaching low-level students, is a challenging experience. Spanish and English come from the same origin; thus, in terms of grammar, Spanish is not so different from English. Both languages have three tenses; present, past and future, and both languages require a great understanding of subject and verb agreement as well as the verb changes; the irregular verbs. Hence, how can pronunciation be a major problem for the Spanish? Even though Spanish has got almost the same alphabets as English, Spanish alphabets are pronounced the same as how they are written, with the exception of some specific alphabets such as ll (pronounced as y), ñ (pronounced as ny), j (pronounced as h) or h, which is normally not pronounced when it is the initial letter of a word. The most common pronunciation problem in spain is the difficulty in pronouncing vowels, such as e and a. Spanish e and English e are equal, only that Spanish e is merely pronounced as [e], while English e can be pronounced