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Hi Erul Ashwad!
Thank you for your comment.
Hairul Ashwad in Hangul would be 하이룰(ha-i-rul) 아슈와드(ah-shu-wa-deu).
Aini Sofiae would be 아이니(ah-i-ni) 소피에(so-pi-eh).
Regarding 'F' sound, please see this lesson: 'F and V in Korean'.
Feel free to ask if you have other query. Thanks!
My question is how to write Hairul Ashwad & Aini Sofia ?
Thank you for posting. You are completely right. You know what they say? Practice makes perfect! It is completely natural that reading in Hangul is hard at first but with every revision, it will get easier, and after a short while, you'll notice you are reading it fluently, without long thinking and stops. We wish you the best of luck. Let us know if you have any questions. 😉
Thank you for the lesson.
I was trying to read Hangul without the romanization, and it was hard. It felt like a brain workout.
I guess I need to practice reading Hangul more often.
Wish me luck!
Thank you for posting. You can use native Korean or Sino Korean words to state your nationality, however, Sino Korean words are usually used in written form (for example, if you are from Korea, you would write 한국인. In colloquial Korean however many people will say 한국 사람).
Both are used to state your nationality (country name + person).
Hope this answered your question, please let us know if you have any other inquiries.
Hi! Just a quick question! Regarding telling someone your nationality in Korean I thought that you said "country person" in Korean? Is this wrong?
Uthman in Hangul would be 우트만(u-teu-man).
And Usman in Hangul would be 우스만(u-seu-man).
Hope this helps you.
Please let us know if you have any other question. Thanks!
My question today is how to write Uthman or Usman?
Your name in Hangul would be 메리엄(meh-ri-eom).
And Maamee would be 마미(ma-mee).
Hope this help you.
Please! What about my name, how would i write "Maryam or Maamee" in Korean?