What Makes English So Hard to Learn?

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ESL students or anyone interested in learning English, 

It is one of the largest languages ​​in the world. As English translates words into the original language over time, their spelling and pronunciation rules become more complex than in many languages. But for ESL students who want to become proficient in English pronunciation, such as ESL teachers, instructors or other local English speakers, the learning process is not difficult.

The first step is to learn the alphabet and always consider the basic or basic sounds of each letter. Some characters have higher voices than the main Tutor Bees character, but they can be learned individually. First, ESL students must read or sing 26 English letters with a qualified English teacher, ESL teacher, or local.

(Phonetic transliteration is defined below the letters in these articles. Remember to read fast or read the second letter and pause the third line so that all the letters look like the other lines.)


H, I, J, K, L M N O B,

K, R, S, [pause,] D, Y, V,

W, X, Y and Z.

“A, B, C, D, EA, HF, DG,

Go ahead, go, go, go, go, go, go

Hey, hey, hey … hey, you, we,

duhbuhlyoo, ehks, waee and Zee “

Basic words.

The five letters of the English alphabet are always A, E, I, O, U. Sometimes Y and others provide collectible print functionality. For Oriental or romantic speakers, the pure word at first pronunciation may be easier to understand or combine as the basic word.

Although the letters appear irregular, in some systems the so-called long letters are not repeated as pure English words. But it is as easy to combine a pure tone as it is inferior to the original. (Although it is difficult to distinguish between long and short letters, English speakers see the difference only as a typical Spanish pronunciation, so there is not much difference.)

Now here the basic pronunciation of international words and every letter displayed in geographical location can be written in Pinyin. Duplicate characters that do not comment.

As a father, Washington, Osaka (pronounced “b”)

Children, autumn flowers, Lisbon b

CK, today, Caracas (spelled “K”).

Tea, McDowell, London, etc.

E paso, melee, Reykjavik (pronounced “ey”)

F.F. F. F. F. Foucault, France

Company Togo, Origami, G.

Such as Ed Forward, Haiko, Netherlands

I Chile, Fiji, Japan (pronounced “e”)

Yes. Judge, Scissors, Java (spelled “dzh”)

Coyotes for children, concerts, k.

Al Qaeda, Clinton, Lebanon

I, Anime, Lima M .;

N., Katakana, Ghana, etc.

Hope, Noah, Tokyo (pronounced “o”)

Pope, pepper, b

Q Qwerty, Shekel, Iraq (also spelled “K”).

R. Wright, Reagan, York

S, Sec, less in Spain

Thailand, Tofu, Tibet etc.

As a rule, you Jerusalem (pronounced “Oo”).

5. Such as Cafe, Flavor, Venezuela

We, Wasabi, Wellington, WA

Xbox, Mixup, Lexington (spelled “ks”)

Yard, Unknown, Yemen

Z, Pizzeria, Zambia, etc.

The traditional alphabet

Classical long letters look like Romanian vowels: for example, the Spanish word tiku, phono, pita, logo, mute or the first letter of the Japanese word gan, ghetto, tama, tofu, and fuku. Ordinary chat lounges are also called pure heads because they do not contain a combination of one or two bunches.

Direct copies of the letters are based on the most well-known and reliable pronunciation of the above: A “a”, E “ey”, I “ee”, O to “o” and U to “oo” “.” (However, other sets, instead of the characters given earlier, contain “long-headed” vowels that quietly form their English names; however, this name is not used in this article.)

Well, all the ESL students or ESL teachers who have it, I hope you find it interesting and helpful. ESL is important for boosting students’ confidence and self-confidence. Please do not hesitate to go to ASL Network and welcome me. D.

Mr. D is the founder of the ESL Toronto Network, which connects ESL students with ESL schools, ESL teachers and ESL teachers.

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