Re: Can any native speakers help me to listen to my pronunciations of /i:/ and /I/?
You have the difference in the quality of the vowel, but you are tending to make the /i:/ vowel too long sometimes. When the vowels are followed by the same consonant (as in sheep/ship), /i:/ is slightly longer than /I/, but the difference is normally almost imperceptible to the ear.
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