Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Obstacles to Learning English as a Foreign Language

This teacher discusses a number of points which represent obstacles to his English as a foreign language students learning English in Madrid, Spain. What do you think? Do you agree or disagree with his points as applied to your English language teaching conditions? What is the same or different in your case?

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Janlac said...

Learn English Language is a language that I want to improve. It's because I am still on the process that looking for the right colleges and been able to narrow my search that they have a good offer when it comes to their programs.

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