• epro 방문을 진심으로 환영합니다.

  • 이곳은 영어교사와 일반인들의 영어발음학습에 도움을 주기 위해 만들었습니다.

  • 원어민의 발음은 32세의 캐나다 출신의 전문 성우의 목소리를 스튜디오에서 녹음했습니다.

  • 음성을 들어보시려면 {모두 느리게 들어보기}또는 {모두 원래 속도로 들어보기}를 클릭하시기 바랍니다.

  • 홈페이지 모든 내용의 저작권과 편집권은 부산대학교 양병곤 교수에게 있습니다.

  • 싸이트 링크나 개인용으로 음성을 사용하실 수 있지만 이곳의 내용을 방문자 홈페이지에 복사하여 다시 게시하거나 판매용으로 출판하면 저작권 위반이 됩니다.

  • 모든 문의는 bgyang@pusan.ac.kr로 해주시기 바랍니다.

  • {이 싸이트의 모든 발음 압축파일 받기}

{이 싸이트의 모든 발음 느리게 들어보기}

{이 싸이트의 모든 발음 원래 속도로 들어보기}

<<영어 자음>>

{자음 모두 느리게 들어보기}

{자음 모두 원래 속도로 들어보기}

<<영어 모음>>

{모음 모두 느리게 들어보기}

{모음 모두 원래 속도로 들어보기}

<<영어 알파벳>>

{알파벳 모두 느리게 들어보기}

{알파벳 모두 원래 속도로 들어보기}

<<영어 강세>>

{강세 모두 느리게 들어보기}

{강세 모두 원래 속도로 들어보기}

A: I want you to do it.

B: You want me to do it.

A: Yes, I want you to do it.

A: I told you to throw it.
B: I thought you said kick it.

A: We’re not playing soccer.
B: Well, I didn’t know that!


A: Are you enjoying the course?       
B: Well, I don't like the heat.

A: What do you think of the heat?    
B: Well, I don't like the heat.

A: Who doesn't like the heat?       
B: Well, I don't like the heat.

<<영어 억양>>

{억양 모두 느리게 들어보기}

{억양 모두 원래 속도로 들어보기}


He likes Kimchi, doesn't he?  한국인

He likes Kimchi, doesn't he?  미국인


He is handsome.

I came from America.

Joe can cook chicken.


What are you doing here, John?

Are you free tonight, Mr. Addison?

Do you know where you are,
Mrs. Brown?


Open the door.

Go to bed now.

Don't do that, Jimmy.

I'd like to go, but I'm too busy.

There are no buses, so you'll have to walk home.


Can you help me?

Will you sit in this chair?

Would you like something to drink?


Answer yes or no.

I have five books here. One, two,    three, four, and five.

I bought an apple, an orange, a pear,
and a melon.


John sees Jane.  Cats chase mice.


He likes her. I know him.



Is it yours?  Can he sing?


Look at me. Give it to me.


<<영어 띄어 읽기>>

{띄어 읽기 모두 느리게 들어보기}

{띄어 읽기 모두 원래 속도로 들어보기}


What did you | say to | make him so | angry?

How did you | manage to per|suade them to in|vite us?

My father | is arriving | on Tuesday.

Is it | time for a | cup of | tea yet?

Why did you tell me | you're coming | tomorrow?


I think | that he is handsome.

She said | she didn't want to | come with us.

The tall man | who waves his hand | is my father.

He is the greatest statesman | that ever lived in this country.

If you help me this time, | I will never forget it | in my life.


{영시 모두 느리게 들어보기}

{영시 모두 원래 속도로 들어보기}


Stopping by woods on a snowy evening

by Robert Frost

Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village though;
He will not see me stopping here
To watch his woods fill up with snow.

My little horse must think it queer
To stop without a farmhouse near.
Between the woods and frozen lake
The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake
To ask if there is some mistake.
The only other sound's the sweep
Of easy wind and downy flake.

The woods are lovely, dark, and deep.
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

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