The 5 Most Common Challenges ESL Learners Face (and How to Solve Them)

For those whose primary language is anything but English, the road to reaching fluency in the latter is anything but smooth. The English language is considered one of the hardest to learn for a number of reasons. From baffling spelling and pronunciation to peculiar grammar structures (the phenomenon of phrasal verbs especially comes to mind), there is no shortage of reasons why English as a second language (ESL) learners struggle to pick up the language.

With English being the most-spoken language around the world (if you account for its native speakers and those that speak it as a secondary language), the benefits of understanding and speaking the language far outweigh the initial inconveniences of learning to speak it.

Here are some of the most common challenges ESL learners face and how to overcome them:

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