2 years ago
jgallegos222
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Learn Korean with me.
So me and my best friend attend class on Saturdays to study Korean and I thought I could share words that we learn. Please enjoy the word of the day is and introduction. I will also try and explain why and how to read letters. p.s I'm no pro! but I do have amazing teachers! @NallelySaavedra first I'll start with my name in English it's spelled Jo'Anna , but is pronounced JoAna so I write it that way in korean. In korean learning the alphabet is essential! so that's what I'll start with.
J = ㅈ
(excuse my shadow ) ㅗ equals o in english this can get tricky I'll go more into depth in another lesson!
An ieung = ㅇ it's a place holder in front of vowels OR it can be used as an NG such as bangtan =방탄
Nieun is not very difficult although sometimes I get it confused with the ieung. ㅏ is simple it the same letter used above. thanks for dealing with me next time hopefully my best friend will let me use her first name. Since it's more foreign than mine it really makes a difference if not I'll use my last name. I will also go over how to say hello and nice to meet you and show you different honorifics! please let me know if you have any questions and I will try to help, try to repeat these letters write them over and over until you remember. - Jojo @Rhia @baileykayleen @AimeeH @sugajin94 @MorganElisabeth @thePinkPrincess @ChelseaJay @VixenViVi @XergaB20 @B1A4BTS5ever @kpopandkimchi
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@DestinyGLove you are welcome I hope they help!
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Thanks @jgallegos222, I'll have to check it out!
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technically 아 is ah because in English a is ptonounced 애.
2 years ago·Reply
My name is 재클린 or 재키린
2 years ago·Reply
@jaekeulrin actually it depends the letter A in english can sound however the person sounds it out. A as in apple or A as in arm!
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