English as a Second Language
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In this article, the writer discusses aspects of the English language that make it difficult to learn as a second language. These aspects include idioms, phonics, rule systems, irregularities and cultural differences and perspectives.
From the Paper:"The following presents a description of aspects of the English language that make it difficult to learn as a second language. These aspects include idioms phonics rule systems and irregularities but they also include cultural differences and resulting perspectives. Descriptions are followed by a summary. The English language presents with many rule systems and irregularities which make learning this language difficult. Martin noted findings from a Swedish linguist Axel Wijk who proposed to reform English spelling since it is irregular."
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