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Common Pronunciation Problems in South KoreaAs I prepare for my first year of teaching in South Korea soon, this topic struck me as quite practical and useful as a teacher of ESL to Koreans. It’s now more evident to me that understanding some of the main differences between Korean and english will help me to cater lesson plans to address common problems for South Koreans when learning to speak english. Besides sentence structure differences, scholars attribute problems with pronunciation with the differing alphabets. Basically certain sounds in english are simply not present in the Korean language. These are sounds like –th, -v , -z , and –f . Words like “teeth”, “vest”, “zoo”, and “fish” might give a Korean student some difficulty when speaking. One reason Koreans have difficulty shaping their mouths into these sounds is because they rarely have done so before. To address this problem a teacher will need to spend time on these problem sounds, showing students how to shape their mouths. This could allow for some fun times in the classroom by introducing some tongue twisters or songs to sing for practice. Additionally, the students may not have heard much modeling of the english language before. Students may be able to read english very well, but have no idea