I'm an Italian learner and I'm new here, so tell me if I've posted in the wrong section :)
Recently, I've discovered that many people whose first language is Italian add final vowels to words when speaking English to make pronunciation easier. I had never noticed that before, but when I listened to my spoken English I realised it was true! I have tried to solve the problem, but I have been unsuccessful.
I've sought around the net for weeks, but I've found nothing related to this specific pronunciation issue.
Has anyone already dealt with this problem and can tell me how they did so? Or, does anyone know some tips? I want to correct my pronunciation because now I always notice when somebody makes this mistake and the feeling that you do it too is so frustrating.
I've already tried to speak the word first and the final consonant separately afterwards. That doesn't work; I add vowels even to isolated consonants.