I am not an English native speaker. Some people say that sometimes I seem to have added a /j/ before my /i:/ or /I/ probably due to my native language. I hope you can help me to listen to my pronunciations of /i:/ and /I/ in the following recordings to see if I have already got rid of this problem, and if there need any more modifications. Thank you very much!
/i:/: sheep, leak, cheek, peel, bean, leave
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/I/: it, ship, lick, chick, pill, bin, live
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