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Korean learners of EnglishKorean learners of english, in general, face some common obstacles when it comes to pronouncing english words. This is simply because some sounds from english words do not exist in the Korean alphabet. One such case is the “r” sound. Koreans substitute the “r” sound from the english alphabet with the “l” sound from their alphabet— known as Hangul— which they believe comes closest to mimicking the english “r” sound. For example, a common word my mom mispronounces is the word orange. She pronounces it as “O-len-ji.” Another commonly mispronounced word is really, which is pronounced as “lilly.” Another sound which does not exist in the Korean language is the “f” sound. Koreans often substitute the “f” sound with the “p” sound from their existing alphabet. For example, the word funny is often pronounced as “punny”. There exists a well-known Korean slang word, which is adopted from the english word fighting. Koreans often say “fighting!” to one another to express support or encouragement. However, in this particular case, they pronounce the word to sound like “hw-igh-ting.” The “v” sound also does not exist in the Korean alphabet. Therefore, Koreans often pronounce words with a “v” sound with a “b”