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20. Hangul Final Review

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avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Arab Lady,

It was actually in the early 2000s in NY. :smile:
Even if you are good at remembering names, it wouldn’t be easy to recall a Korean name from more than 10 years ago. I don’t blame you. :wink:

Regards,
Claire
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avatar Arab Lady

Hi Claire :smile:
Thank you for your help. :thumbsup:

Was that in California and in the late 1990s?
I went to high school in the USA too (between 1996 and 1999), and I had one Korean female friend, we were classmates in the French class (1st and 2nd year French), I don’t remember her name (it was so long ago and I don’t have a good memory for names if it has been a long time) but I remember her face. I would love to get in contact with my Korean classmate again if possible, she was a good and kind friend.

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Mehrnaz,

Haha
Amy is a great teacher, isn’t she? :smile:

Regards,
Claire
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Arab Lady,

Thanks for your positive comment!

Yes, your name is written as 나즈라 in Korean.
I remember a girl named Najla from high school.
We called her as 네슐라. Not sure if it is closer to the original pronunciation or just Americanized.
(I went to high school in the states.)

The choice is yours. :wink:

Regards,
Claire
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Mehrnaz

I love you :heart:

avatar Arab Lady

Hi

Thank you for the awesome lessons!. :thumbsup: 감사합니다

My name is “Najla”, would it be written like this in korean: 나즈라?
or differently?

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Nafisah,

As you said, there is no “f” consonant in Korean. But that does not mean that it is impossible to write your name in Hangul. :wink: We just do not distinguish the “p” and “f” sounds in writing. Your name is written as “나피사” and pronounced as napisa in Korean. You can tell people to pronounce “피” as fi.

Regards,
Claire
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Nafisah

It is impossible to write my name in hangul because i have F in my name and in hangul, there is no F consonant . My name is Nafisah.

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi heide,

When a subject or an object ends with a batchim, we use 이, 은, and 을.

Please refer to the lesson below for more details:
http://www.koreanclass101.com/2007/09/24/beginner-7-particle-mania/
Make sure to review the Grammar section of the lesson notes.

The lesson notes will help you go over and learn new grammar.

Regards,
Claire
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar heide

yay i finish hana hana hangul it was pretty funny :grin: :grin: …but in the last lesson i only did not understand one thing for what you use 을 , 를 and 은 , 는 ….? plus is there any grammar lessones in your class 101?! like past future present and the different between formal and informal speaking and things like that (grammer lessones) ? :heart: :heart:

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