I've living in Korea for nearly 3 years and I will tell you all of my experience while I live here. As people known, Korea is not use English as their main language, so I have to learn Korea for 1 year, everything seem to be difficult for me because I have no idea about Korean. So personally, I complete agree with this idea.

The first reason for argree with this idea relates to language barries when study abroad. For example, I studied English from elementary to high school, and never thought about learning new language like Korean or Chinese. When I started study abroad in Korea, the first 6 months was very hard despite I have learn it in a year before go there. Accent, vocabulary, grammar is different from what I had learn at school. Like English, they also have slang and the others ways to talk in their language in different region. Busan and Seoul is a simple example, when I heard some things from Busan people, it take a while for me to understand what they said.

There are also have many problems that forgeiner might make mistake if they totally misunderstand Korean. When it comes to misunderstanding foreign language, it's normally with non-native speaker but sometimes it can be a problem. If working in Korean company, foreigner have to comprehend, if not, get the wrong point of job can bring one's eggs to a bad market.

In conclusion, althought some people think that practice will help people more understand language but it always have new words every day, therefore misunderstanding are unavoidable.

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Living In A Country Where You Have To Speak A Foreign Language Can Cause Serious Social Problems, As Well As Practical Problems. To What Extent Do You Agree Or Disagree With This Statement?

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I've(Do not use contractions in formal writing.) living(wrong verb form) I have been living in Korea for nearly 3three (Write small numbers in words, not numerals.) years and I will tell you all of my experiences while I live during my stay here. As people known, (wrong verb form) Korea is(wrong verb form) Koreans do not use English as their main language, so I have had to study learn Korea(wrong form) for a1 year,(Comma splice error) everything seem to be difficult for me because I have no idea about Korean. So personally, I complete agree with this idea.

That is not a good opening. Put your personal experience in a body paragraph, not in the introduction.

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People generally say that if you have to live in a country where you do not speak the local language, you will have difficulties, both social and in everyday living. I completely agree with this having experienced it myself.


The first reason for argree(wrong form, wrong word) with this idea relates to language barries when study(wrong verb form) abroad. For example, I studied English from elementary to high school, and never thought about learning a new language like Korean or Chinese. When I started to study abroad in Korea, the first six 6 months was very hard despite the fact that I had studied it for a year before going there. I have learn it in a year before go there.(You make many grammatical errors!) The sounds, Accent, vocabulary and grammar is different from what I had learned at school. Like English, they also have slang and regional dialects. the others other ways to talk in their language in different regions.The way people speak in Busan and Seoul is a simple example,(comma splice error) When I heard some things from Busan people, it taketook a while for me to understand what they said.

There are also have many problems that foreigners might experience forgeiner might make mistake (wrong form) if they totally misunderstand Korean. When it comes to misunderstanding a foreign language, it's normally with non-native speaker but sometimes it can be a problem. If they are working in a Korean company, foreigners have to comprehend everything about their job or they might lose it. , if not, get the wrong point of job can bring one's eggs to a bad market. Another major problem is for students who have studied English during their school years, and then have to learn a completely dissimilar language like Korean, Japanese or Chinese. They will forget nearly everything they learned about English. It is very difficult to know two foreign languages at the same time. Children can be bilingual or even trilingual, but for adults, it is nearly impossible.

In conclusion, althought some people think that practice will help people more understand language well, but it there are always have new words to memorize every day, and therefore misunderstandings are unavoidable.