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I don't know if this is the wrong place to ask but, when is the ㅅ pronounced sh not s? I do know that when the ㅅ is at the bottom like, ex. 럿, leot. but i dont get where it being sh. And the same for ㅂ/ㅍ and ㄷ/ㅌ. Also when is the ㄹ is pronounced L or R?
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Your name in Hangul would be 레슈마(re-shu-ma).
Feel free to ask if you have other query. Thanks!
How would my name be spelled in Hangul?
Thanks for commenting. Both are polite ways of thanking someone, but the politeness level is a bit different, 고마워요 is considered a bit less formal than 감사합니다.
Hope this was of help!
whats the difference between 고마워요 and 감사합니다?
Thank you for commenting, and sorry to hear that you are still having trouble. Have you tried going over the Hana Hana Hangul series? It will definitely help you with the batchim rules (syllables with consonants), so please give it a try:
Hello! I am still having trouble with 찮 in 괜찮아요. I have already studied hangul but it's just not getting to me.
Thanks for posting. The literal meaning of these phrases would be:
맞이하다 =to receive
출신 is a Sino-Korean word meaning 'body came out of (somewhere)', and refers to one's origin or native birthplace/place where they are from.
Hope this answered your questions!
Hi, first of all thank you for being a massive help
would you tell me what's the difference between 환영하다 and 맞이하다 ؟
how should i answer 어디 츨신이세요?
here 츨신 means what?
Your name in Hangul would be 콜브룬(kol-beu-run).
Feel free to ask if you have any other question. Thanks!