Types of Difficulties in Studying English

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Each age group of students may experience one or more kinds of difficulties in studying English. In this blog I will briefly discuss the specific problems relating to the factors of posture, time and money. The following restrictions do not recognize international boundaries.

Students in their youth are not generally attach great importance to learn English. Football, friends, internet games, listen to music and hanging out friends like some of the most important things to worry about. At this age, a life of work and family still seem years away, and learning English is generally not seen as a commitment for admission to college or university quality that can lead to a fulfilling career income above the average throughout. In short, the rest of the world is more important than learning English. South Korea and Thailand, according to my student survey, this hobby was ages · ¨ Sleeping.

Students whose career has just begun, those who have the equivalent of a bachelor, now realizing the potential revenue when they go to get a masters degree. Many of these young people are now married with a child and they do not realize that their economic goals without graduate degrees. So they start English classes to further their chances of passing the TOEFL or GRE to raise the admission given to a college or university in the United States. The problems I see and hear from these students is that their jobs and families much of their energy and time, with little time and energy to devote to study English. I see a large population of students who failed to complete the amount of English study required to pass the TOEFL or GRE with a score high enough for admission to college or university in the United States. Cost of courses in English is another problem tiring. Family budgets are so tight that many students withdraw from classes because food for the baby and paying rent for the house are the priorities. The dream of entering a university in the United States and returned home with a master hand, slowly fading into the future, the present and the past as the years pass quickly. In South Korea, the favorite pastime of the age of the students were sleeping, followed by the second place, drinking Soju (rice wine alcohol high) while playing billiards.

The next population of students who are struggling to improve their English are accountants, managers of import-export, middle managers, vice presidents and presidents of national and international companies, which have all. This group of students were about ten to fifteen years or a new job over and now it is very important to communicate effectively in English, mainly due to globalization and the expansion of international trade. In many of these cases, as in the two examples above, other factors that interfere with the performance of students and their goals. Many professionals in national and international community have been burned by the time English classes begin, usually five or six hours in the evening. Redeye overtime complaints and subtle contractions in the muscles, high blood pressure, weakened immune systems, and other diseases associated with overwork and stress hinder the progress of these students improve their skills in English. This age group of students family time and sleep outside their primary business interest. With the average age and deteriorating health of days to play snooker and drink soju after work with colleagues are long gone.

So to summarize, each age has its own obstacles to the acquisition or improvement of skills related to the English prevented. Of course there is the exceptional group of students of all ages who persevere and succeed in their studies.

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