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Phoenixfiras

Syrian Arab Republic

April 16, 2010

I'd like everybody to write down their difficulties please.


A questionnaire about the difficulties you face through the process of learning

English.

By conducting this questionnaire I can be able to know your problems and

difficulties when learning English, so I can be of some help.

You just have to answer the following questions:

-When did you start learning English?

-Did you study it at an English school, or it was just a school?
 
-Do you have any difficulty when pronouncing similar words or certain sounds

like, “there’s something missing in my heart”, or “the sixth thunder storm this

year”?

-Do you feel that you’re not able to learn anymore?

-If yes, is it grammar, new words, or something else you can’t understand

anymore?

-Do you practice your English often?

-Do you have difficulties understanding natural fast spoken English?

-Do you feel that you still can’t speak English, though you have a great deal of

grammar and vocabulary?

-Are you confused or embarrassed when speaking?

-What’s the reason you want to learn English? Is it because you wanna get a job?

Or you love to speak many languages, or you love it, or any other reasons?

(Mention them, if any).

- Are you looking forward for constant development of your English, or it’s just

like “I’m fine”?

Please write your answers according to the order of questions, and if you have

any other difficulties write them below your answers.
If you have any questions or suggestions let me know.

Thank you for sharing.

Mr. Firass Kaddour

English teacher

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12:46 PM Apr 16 2010

ftm_ashari

ftm_ashari
Iran, Islamic Republic Of

-When did you start learning English?

I think when I was 11 . But I haven't studied it continually.

-Did you study it at an English school, or it was just a school?

 At English school

-Do you have any difficulty when pronouncing similar words or certain sounds

like, “there’s something missing in my heart”, or “the sixth thunder storm this

year”?

No, I don't have this problem.

-Do you feel that you’re not able to learn anymore?

No, never.

-If yes, is it grammar, new words, or something else you can’t understand

anymore?

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-Do you practice your English often?

No

-Do you have difficulties understanding natural fast spoken English?

Oh yes

-Do you feel that you still can’t speak English, though you have a great deal of

grammar and vocabulary?

No

-Are you confused or embarrassed when speaking?

No, usually I don't feel so.

-What’s the reason you want to learn English? Is it because you wanna get a job?

Or you love to speak many languages, or you love it, or any other reasons?

(Mention them, if any).

I love English and I hope to leave my country one day.

- Are you looking forward for constant development of your English, or it’s just

like “I’m fine”?

I really want to develop my English