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안녕하세요 여러분. Koreanclass101.com 하나하나 한글시리즈의 에이미입니다. Hi everybody! I’m Amy and welcome to Hana Hana Hangul on KoreanClass101.com - The fastest, easiest, and most fun way to learn Hangul, the Korean alphabet.
In this lesson, you’ll begin to add consonants to the ten vowels you’ve already learned. By the end, you’ll be able to read and write 40 different syllables, which will unlock many more Korean words!
Ready for your first consonant? Here it is: ㄱ [G]
When making syllables, the consonant goes where the circle from the last lessons used to go. Can you guess how these are read?
기 (alternating male/female)
The shapes of the consonants aren’t random -- they were actually created to look like the shape of your tongue when you say it. Your tongue needs to be lifted up in order to pronounce this consonant correctly.
Remember how some Korean vowels look and sound similar? For example, add another stroke to ㅓ and you get ㅕ. The same thing happens with consonants.
In this case, add one more stroke to our last character and we get a very similar sound. [K]
Can you hear the difference?
키...기...키...기
The difference is subtle, but it’s there. If you’re having a hard time, don’t worry. We’ll go into the details of pronunciation in Lesson 8, so don’t miss it!
One more consonant today.
You can think of this shape as a hat on a head, which might help you remember the pronunciation.
Now it’s time for a few sample words. Can you read all of these correctly?
How about this phrase?
It’s “여기요”. It means “Here, please.” or “Excuse me.”
Use it while you’re in a Korean restaurant and you want to call the waiter over to your table. 여기요!
And this one?
It’s 가요. This means “I am going.”
How about this word?
휴가. It means “vacation.”
Finally, you can combine the last two examples to create a more complex sentence. 휴가 가요. “I am going on vacation.”
After just four lessons, you’re already writing sentences in Korean! Just think what you can learn in a few more. Be sure to watch the next lesson on KoreanClass101.com! 여러분 다음에 만나요

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Friday at 06:30 PM
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Let's practice writing Hangul on your computer too : )

Change your keyboard setting in Korean, and hit the English keys written next to the Korean characters. (Don't press shift key when you type)

ㄱ (type R)

ㅋ (type Z)

ㅎ (type G)

가 (type RK)

카 (type ZK)

하 (type GK)

shilpa
Wednesday at 11:54 PM
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Hi the videos are not working :) pls help.

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Sunday at 03:34 PM
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안녕하세요 Cammy and Maze,


Thank you for your messages. I have checked both versions (standard-quality and HD) of the video and both work fine.

I am not sure why you cannot view it. If you see an error message, please send us a message to contactus@KoreanClass101.com with screenshots, device/browser type you are using etc. so that our technical team can look into your specific issue.

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If you have any more questions, please let us know! 잘 하고 와. Good luck!


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Maze
Tuesday at 12:57 AM
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Just realised that actually Hangul videos for lesson 4-20 are all not working. Kindly assist. Tks!

Maze
Tuesday at 12:51 AM
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Hi the video is not working. Can help? Tks!

Cammy
Saturday at 05:46 AM
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Hello, this video is not loading on this site.

KoreanClass101.com Verified
Wednesday at 06:44 PM
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Hi Rebecca,


Thank you for posting. Vacation in Korean is 휴가(hyuga). And 가요 is romanized as 'gayo' but the 가 will actually sound like something between the 'g' and 'k' sound in English (the romanization is there to make it easier to understand, because the consonant ㄱ is actually a sound that is between 'g' and 'k').


Cheers,

Lyn

Team KoreanClass101.com

Rebecca Higgins
Saturday at 12:54 PM
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가요 ga-yo" sounds like Ka-yo?

Rebecca Higgins
Saturday at 07:46 AM
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Is it pronounced hyuga or Khyugan? for the word "vacation."

KoreanClass101.com Verified
Friday at 06:23 PM
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안녕하세요 Reshma,


The video is here, I can see that, both the HD and the standard-quality versions. :)

Could you please double-check?


Sincerely,

레벤테 (Levente)

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RESHMA BHANDARE
Tuesday at 12:28 AM
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There is not video uploaded from 4 assessment