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Hangul 한글!

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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby team.relationships » July 11th, 2013 6:04 am

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Re: Hangul 한글!

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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby team.relationships » May 15th, 2014 1:36 am

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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby bloodxrave » July 22nd, 2014 12:48 pm

This really helps to learn Hangeul too, with the extensive pronunciation practice :)

http://teachmekorean.co/hangeul-map/

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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby kaltrina_1108_228714 » June 1st, 2015 6:51 am

hello can you tell me what my name is in korean and how to pronounce it please
my name is Kaltrina Maliqi

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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby marjanca.suligoj_230811 » April 29th, 2016 2:18 pm

Hi


I'am learning hangul but is making me some trouble . I don't know when to put r or l ,p or b ,g or k, t or d ,because i sign means to things.


Can please someone help me .


thank you

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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby community.korean » May 4th, 2016 2:15 am

Hi marjanca,

Thanks for posting. Are you asking which Korean consonants make the sounds 'r/l' 'p/b' 'g/k' 't/d'?
If you are trying to figure out the pronunciation of Korean consonants, we have the 'Ultimate Korean Pronunciation Guide' series which tells you how to pronounce the consonants:

http://www.koreanclass101.com/2014/01/1 ... nunciation

Please let us know if this answered your question, and if you have any other inquiries.
Best,
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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby nanitachiquita03_231547 » October 14th, 2016 6:57 pm

Do you know what my name would be in Korean? I'm new here, and I would love to learn Korean. I'm getting familiarized with Hangul, so I want to know how my name would be pronounced. I heard that the name gets changed. My name is already pretty odd as it is, being that it's Greek for "John", even though I'm a girl and of Puerto Rican descent. My mom thought she was making it up, but nope, "John". Maybe the etymology will help with the name translation.

Iannis Ruiz
(ee-YAH-niece) (roo-EECE)
(my mom's made up pronunciation: ah-YAH-niece)

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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby Dave76 » May 19th, 2017 12:34 am

I've been using this site as a test as it has a cool matching game where you get 5 minutes to match the Hangul to the Romanized version and is a great easy and free way to test your ability recognizing Hangual characters and also have some pressure to it in the sense of the count down timer. At the end you can point to any you missed and it will highlight the right one for you so next time you might remember it easier. I learned Hangul in about 2-3 days time using this and for the most part I can pass 100% most the time but I do still have a little issue with the W characters but over all much better then when I first started!

https://www.sporcle.com/games/bazmerelda/korean-hangul-match

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Re: Hangul 한글!

Postby Dave76 » May 19th, 2017 12:41 am

Hi


I'am learning hangul but is making me some trouble . I don't know when to put r or l ,p or b ,g or k, t or d ,because i sign means to things.


Can please someone help me .


thank you


This lady who is Korean has a pretty god site n Hangual she even has some small flash cards you can print out but in regards to what you were asking Page 1 (front and back) are cool as she has I think what you are asking about when to use D instead of T or T instead of D and so on for the different lettering you referenced and in this case on the backs of the Page 1 cards she had a pretty good break down of when you use what sound. The cards are about half way down under Printable Flash Cards and at the bottom of that second is the 4 pages. Best to print them out onto a heavy card paper as I did it on normal paper and wasn't so good so best to print out on a card material type paper

http://learn-hangul.com/#learn-hangul

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