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 the statement.

People who live abroad, which force them to speak a foreign
language
is believed to face crucial social and practical issues in balance. In my opinion, as a non-native speaker, practical matters are more possible to occur more than social problems.
This
essay will explain how incorrect foreign
language
usage can affect both problems in society. Practical issues which can be found by people who moved to another country with different
language
may appear every time they have a conversation with natives. If they deliver their thoughts in wrong words and sentences, in instances, the locals will have a
misperception
. As the consequence, they will achieve incorrect response which ruin their goal.
For example
, if someone asks ‘flour’ in an English-speaking country
unclearly
, maybe the
waiter
the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation
weather
will give her or him a flower since the pronunciation of these words are similar.
On the other hand
, a matter in a social point of view
also
can be occurred in society due to lack of ability referring to inappropriate
language
usage.
For example
, natives will avoid communicating with foreigners because they want to avoid to the possibility of misunderstanding between them.
Hence
, the foreigners who cannot speak the local
language
clearly may have fewer friends. In conclusion, I believe that practical problems are more important to be considered by people who live in a country with different
language
rather than social problems because the effect can be felt directly when they have an interaction with native speakers.
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