a. Record two speakers of English saying the sentence below. One of the two should be you yourself. If you are a native speaker of English, the other person should be a NNS
- I have submitted it as MP-3 files by e-mail. In the case of NS, I recorded her pronunciation twice by mistake. Therefore, I would courteously like to ask you to ignore the latter part of the recordings since I have no idea of editing the file. I really apologize for this inconvenience.
b. Basic sentence : She really must face the facts.
(1) Phonetic transcription
NS : [ʃi ɹɪlɪ mʌ̃s feɪs̪ (ð)ə fæks]
Myself(NNS) : [ʃi ɹɪlɪ mʌstə feɪsə ð(d)ə feks]
(2) Comment on any problems or points of interest you encounter or any difference b/w two speakers.
① The addition of [ə] to every single constant at its final position:
As a nonnative Korean speaker, we tend to pronounce each sound of the syllable one by one exactly. As I know, English allows a group of consonant cluster to its onset and coda position. However, this is not that common in Korean language.