The spoken English corpus of Chinese and Non-Chinese learners in Hong Kong is expanded and redeveloped from the previous spoken corpus. Speech data were elicited from Hong Kong speakers, Mainland China speakers with eight different dialect backgrounds, and non-Chinese speakers.

Phonological annotations made in both segmental and suprasegmental aspects can help identify recurrent difficulties in English pronunciation learning for English learners with different language background in Hong Kong. The high-quality recordings are ideally suited for phonetic and acoustic analysis by teachers, learners, and researchers around the world.

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