||Kim, Ji Eun. (2019). A study on the Voice Onset Time of English stops in the textbook reading by native Korean speakers. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 27(1), 29-41. The purpose of this study is to analyze the Voice Onset Time (VOT) of English stops in textbook paragraph reading. It is differentiated from previous research in that it analyzed the stop pronunciation after two months-not just after pronunciation training. For this purpose, eight of the prospective English teachers who received the high level in the evaluation of textbook reading proficiency test were tested. Major results show that VOT value of voiceless stop produced by the subjects was slightly shorter than that of the native English speakers except for /t/, while VOT value of the voiced stop was slightly longer than that of the native speaker except for /g/. Also, it is noticeable that subjects had less distinct voiced stops and voiceless stops than those of native speakers. The results may be interpreted that even though the VOT values of Korean speakers' English stops are not comparable to that of native speakers, it does not interfere communication.