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Common Pronunciation Problems in KoreaProblems related to pronunciation greatly depend on what the speaker?s mother tongue is. Each language will present its own unique pronunciation problems due to not only phonological factors, but also based on the type of the language it is. In this paper, we will discuss the various pronunciation problems koreans have when speaking English. Pronouncing Every Syllable One of the main differences in English pronunciation verses korean pronunciation is the fact that English is a stress-timed language. In English, only certain words or syllables are given stress, while the others are quickly skimmed over. If a one sentence contains 15 syllables and another sentence contains 20 but they both have 6 syllables that are stressed, they will both take approximately the same amount of time to say. korean on the other hand is a syllable timed language, which means all syllables are given typically given the same amount of stress. Due to this fundamental difference, koreans will often stress every syllable and it can take them twice as long to read a sentence in this manner. Adding Extra syllables and Sounds The korean language has some restrictions in place that cause many native korean speakers to add extra syllables when speaking English. In Asia, there