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Thank you everyone! 감사합니다!

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Hi Jay,

Thank you for posting. The consonant ㅂ usually takes on the ‘b/p’ sound in English, but when it is used as a batchim (words or syllables that end with a consonant), the pronunciation changes due to the ‘batchim’ rules, which is why instead of it being pronounced ‘hapnida’ it is pronounced as ‘hamnida’. You can find lessons explaining these rules here:

https://www.koreanclass101.com/2012/04/20/hana-hana-hangul-11-hangul-batchim-1/
(Lessons 11-16)

Cheers,
Lyn
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avatar Jay

I am having trouble breaking down the Hangul blocks and the Romanization of the phrases. For example:

감사합니다. or 고맙습니다.

Gamsahamnida. or Gomapseumnida.

If 합 means ham (in gamsahamnida) but 감 means Gam; why isn’t the box in gam a full box and the box in ham is not? It has longer ends in ham. Do they both mean the sound (m) if they are different shapes? How do you distinguish how to make the box for (m)?

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Hi Lance,

Thank you for posting. If you are asking how you can type Korean characters, you would first need to download or add the Korean keyboard to your keyboard. You can find the layout of which vowels and consonants are placed on the regular keyboard by typing ‘Korean keyboard’ at a search engine.
Hope this answered your question. Please let us know if you have any other inquiries.

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Lyn
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avatar JEREMY

HOW TO BE A PREMIUM USER SO YOU CAN DOWNLOAD MANY PDF AS YOU LIKE?

avatar Lance

How To Write In Korea? Its So Hard When Writing :disappointed:

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Hi yasmeen,

Could you let us know what you would like to write in Korean so that we can provide you with an accurate answer? :smile:

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Lyn
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avatar yasmeen

how do you wite it in Korean ?

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Hi patrice,

Thanks for posting. 감사합니다 is pronounced ‘gamsahamnida’, so it starts with a ‘g’, not ‘h’!

Cheers,
Lyn
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avatar patrice

i thought thank you in korean was gamsahamnida but when you broke it down it had an H at the beginning
but when you said it faster it sounded like a g at the beginning