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20. Hangul Final Review

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avatar KoreanClass101.com

밥 먹었어요? (Did you eat?). Tell us what you ate today! Can you write it in Korean?

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Shir,

Thank you for posting. The name Shir Asor would be written in Korean as 시르 아소르.

Cheers,
Lyn
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avatar Shir Asor

Hi ,
Thank you so much for teaching the Hangul , can you please tell me how to write my name in Korean?
Because my name has 2 “R” so I’m not really sure :)
Shir Asor

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Tiffany,

Thanks for posting. According to the batchim rules, if the batchim is followed by a word with the consonant ㅇ in the initial position, the batchim sound will replace the ㅇ sound, which is why it sounds like 바블 먹따. Another example:

몸이–>모미
술이–>수리

Hope this answered your question. Please let us know if you have any other inquiries

Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Tiffany

Hello.

I’m a bit confused about the first sentence given in this lesson. Doesn’t ㅂ become ㅁ due to nasalization? I can’t type exactly what I mean since I don’t have access to a korean font (just copying and pasting right now), but basically: there’s an ㅇ next to ㅂ in “to eat rice”. Since ㅇ is nasal, shouldn’t ㅂ change into ㅁ?

Thank you for answering!

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Mery,

Thank you for posting. There are grammatical rules for every language, and sounds that do not match the spelling in various countries as well. But you study them and remember them because of the grammatical rules. The same goes for the rules of batchim.
So although it may be confusing, please try to remember the batchim rules as it is very important in your Korean studies. :smile:
Hope this was of help. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Mery

What I really don’t understand is: Why are certain words written with letters in positions (for example as batchim) where it changes it sound, i mean why don’t you use the letters you actually here in the end? :sweat_smile:

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Holly,

Thank you for posting. The name ‘Holly’ can be written in many ways(할리, 헐리, 홀리), but according to the National Institute of Korean Language, it is written as ‘홀리’.

Hope this answered your question. Please let us know if you have any other inquiries.
Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Holly Freeman

I was wondering if you could tell me how my name would be written in hangeul as it has double ‘l’ and double ‘e’ :)

Thanks,
Holly Freeman

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Iveth,

Thank you for the positive feedback! Your name ‘Iveth’ would be written in Korean as ‘이베스’.
And to remember the batchim rules, maybe you could make a little list of batchim rules in your ‘note’ function on your phone or in a little notebook and take a look at them whenever you can. Practicing reading words out loud would also help.

Thank you and please let us know if you have any other questions.
Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Iveth

안녕하세요* Sorry I misspelled it :flushed: :grin: