||Zhang, Wenguang; Shim, Jaewoo & Lee, Heechul. (2021). The study of the relationship between English phonetic learning belief system and learning strategies in the acquisition of English phonetics. The Lingusitic Association of Korea Journal, 29(4), 113-132. This study investigated the relationship between Chinese senior high school students beliefs and learning strategies in the acquisition of English phonetics. Sixty-six subjects responded to two Likert-type questionnaires. The first instrument measured phonetics learning beliefs consisting of three dimensions and the second one assessed phonetics learning strategies with six dimensions. The results of the data analysis showed subjects had positive learning beliefs towards English phonetic learning. However, they did not use phonetic learning strategies often. Among the phonetic learning strategies use, metacognitive strategies, affective strategies, and memory strategies were the three dimensions that contributed to distinguishing high phonetic learning beliefs group from low phonetic learning beliefs group. Based on the results, some implications for teaching pronunciation were suggested.