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There are a number or pronunciation problems Cantonese speakers have when speaking English because of various reasons. This article only covers the common pronunciation problems that I often hear when listening to Cantonese speakers speak English. I have noticed language habits that Cantonese speakers have causing them to mispronounce certain sounds in English. A very common and noticeable habit is to replace /n/ with /l/. Cantonese speakers often carry this habit with them when speaking English. For example, a Cantonese speaker will most likely pronounce Nick as lick. When speaking English, Cantonese speakers may use /r/ and /l/ interchangeably, although this does not happen when they speak Cantonese. Another common problem is with /?/ because there is no such sound in Cantonese. This problem seems to depend on the word being said. Cantonese speakers may be able to pronounce thank correctly, but they may pronounce think as sink. Also, this, that, and those, are often pronounced as dis, dat, and doze. Other words Cantonese speakers may mispronounce are thin and three. Instead, they may say tin and fee. Some Cantonese speakers have trouble pronouncing the sh sound because they do not use this sound when speaking Cantonese. They say see instead of she. Cantonese consonants