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[1 May 2013 | 8 Comments | 16,500 views]
Korean Consonants 3 – Korean Syllable Final Consonants

Remember that in Korean Consonants, we have Korean Consonants 1, Tensed Consonants and Syllable Final Consonants. We have already finish our Korean Consonant 1 and tensed consonants – Korean Consonant 2. Today in Korean Consonants 3, we will learn the Consonants 3 Syllable Final Consonants ( Batchim 받침 ).
Korean Consonants
Syllable in Korean Hangeul consist of a consonant and a vowel, batchim is the consonant which added below a normal syllable as above which in red. There are a total of 27 batchims in Korean Hangeul system, 16 single batchims …

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[1 May 2013 | 9 Comments | 12,069 views]
Korean Consonants 2 – Korean Tensed Consonants

Remember that in Korean Consonants, we have Consonant 1 2 and 3? We have already finish our Korean Consonants 1. Now we will start our Consonant 2 ㄲ ㅋ ㄸ ㅌ ㅃ ㅍ ㅆ ㅉ ㅊ – The Korean Tensed Consonants. Like other Korean Consonants, these must also be joined together with vowel to form a syllable as follow.
Korean Consonants
Do you realise that some of them are just doubled from Consonant 1? They are the Korean “Tensed Consonants”. However, this does not mean that the pronunciation and the meaning are …

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[1 May 2013 | 9 Comments | 11,272 views]
Korean Consonants 1 – Korean Normal Consonants

For the beauty of the words, while writing consonant ㄱ with vowels in horizontal form, it will be written as 가, 거. However, if the consonant is form with vowels in vertical form, there will be no change in writing as 고, 구, 그, 기, 개, 게. For ㅇ, when the ㅇ is placed first in a syllable, it is not pronounce.

The Consonant ㅎform together with vowels will give us some sound similar to which we use in our daily life such as 하하하 means hahaha – laughs, many Koreans like to use the consonant ㅎin their email, msn etc for the same meaning of laughs. Many ㅎ means lot of laughs. Here are some Korean words related to Korean Consonants above…

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[1 May 2013 | 6 Comments | 13,123 views]
Korean Consonants

We are still in Learn Korean Lesson 1 – Consonants and Vowels to learn Korean Hangeul. Today, in Emagasia, we will learn Korean consonants and how to make syllables with consonants and vowels. In addition you will also learn some of the basic rules of pronunciation.
Korean Consonants
What makes Korean Hangeul so special? Do you know that the shapes of Korean consonants were designed based on the shapes made by the human voice organs such as lip, tongue, throat, etc. When each one is pronounced, besides that the shapes of the …