Christian Suárez Cárdenas
Difficulties of Learning a New Language Nowadays, both students and people in business are required to have ability of using a second language. Learning a second language is not easy but it is becoming an important ability. Some learn a foreign language for practical reasons while others are motivated because of aspirational, intellectual or sentimental reasons. To most people, second language acquisition is a lengthy and exhausting/strenuous process. A general approach taken by most learners is to learn vocabulary and memorize grammar rules. Pronunciation and dual meanings are also very important aspect.
Vocabulary and the memorization of grammar are the primary and most important aspects to learn in a new language without these the learner is bound to fail. Many new learners will find it complicated to implement new words into their conversations as well as when they decide to write. They will also find it quite challenging to remember the new language's grammar rules, and being able to figure out if a sentence sounds appropriate. In my opinion these could be very challenging obstacles. Watching movies, reading, and listening to conversation of native speakers can benefit. Learning the language's grammar will help in writing skills just as giving the learner a depth understanding of the language.
To my mind, speaking is the most difficult part of learning any new languages. You may be shy and not confident to speak, you may be afraid of being mocked, you may have no one
around to practice with and finally when you speak with someone you should be quick to give a response, which is stressful. But the only way that can be really helpful, is putting all these problems away and start to practically practice it. Implementing these points the pronunciation will only improve until you reach your full potential. ...
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