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Korean English

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Aída Rasero

on 15 January 2013

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Transcript of Korean English

grammar phonetics lexicon idiom South Korean English Korean + English Konglish Linguistic Features Pronunciation Korean is a syllable-timed language where
Individual word stress lacks importance Flat quality of much of the
English spoken by Koreans addition of a short vowel sound
to the end of English words
containing consonant clusters [ee] [eu]

Konglish [Konglishii]
Church [Churchii] phonemes /θ/ = [s] and /ð/ = [d]
this / then [dis] [den]
thought [sot] /b/ and specially/f/ as [p]
Bees [Pees] (peas)
Phone [pone] /b/ = [v] and /r/ = [l]
van [ban]
rice [lice] phoneme /s/
skip the /s/
two pencil
he /(s)he
sounds like [sh]
he s[h]it (s) on the bed short /a/ becomes /e/
fax [peks eu] Vocabulary Closer to American Standards
film movie Change in the meaning
confess tell someone that you are attracted by them
cunning cheating on an exam
hand phone mobile phone
panties underwear (unisex fashion)
hiking cycling Uncommon Collocations /uncommon compounds Creation of new terms
shutter man a man whose wife runs a shop while he does not work gag man comedian Love call screaming at a celebrity you love Grammar Two main factors
L1 transfer
Overgeneralization of the rule Lack of Articles:
I'm going to kitchen
Dictionary we here need S O V word order

Ryan letter wrote. Fighting! pronounced [pai ting] or [Hwai ting]
A way to ask someone to CHEER UP. Underuse of Auxiliaries (specially be)

To be handsome To handsome
He's gonna come He gonna come to have = to eat
what did you have today?
let's have something! Monotonous writing.
No exception to S V O order. Modals
I can't English Mixed Grammatical Categories
She doesn't come to school today
because she is illness I'm gonna Italy next month. Honorifics (aglutinating language)
Surname, Name, Position, civil status, Wendy I'm going out for lunch Summers, Wendy, Executive Director, and Mrs. I am going to have lunch
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