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PronuciationProblemsInVietnamWith a population of more than 80 million, vietnam has a big number of English speakers. However, due to the outdated language study method based on grammar and translation, Vietnamese have numerous problems in pronouncing correctly, which leads to misunderstanding in communication. This paper will address the typical pronunciation problems of Vietnamese students including intonation, connection, and pronunciation. First of all, there is an intonation difference between Vietnamese and English. In Vietnamese, a pitch change indicates a different word. For example, the word ?it? with a high pitch conveys a different meaning from it said at a low pitch while in English, pitch change does not produce a new word, but rather, convey an attitude or emotion. Besides, most Vietnamese students learn English with the wrong sound of the teacher from the beginning assigning a certain pitch to every new word, which is normally incorrect. native