1A Part 1

Basic Consonant & Vowel Sounds

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 갸

 

 거

 

 겨

 

 고

 

 교

 

 구

 

 규

 

 그

 

 기

 

 나

 

 냐

 

 너

 

 녀

 

 노

 

 뇨

 

 누

 

 뉴

 

 느

 

 니

 

 다

 

 댜

 

 더

 

 

 

 도

 

 됴

 

 두

 

 듀

 

 드

 

 디

 

 라

 

 랴

 

 러

 

 려

 

 로

 

 료

 

 루

 

 류

 

 르

 

 리

 

 마

 

 먀

 

 머

 

 며

 

 모

 

 묘

 

 무

 

 뮤

 

 므

 

 미

 

 바

 

 뱌

 

 버

 

 벼

 

 보

 

 뵤

 

 부

 

 뷰

 

 브

 

 비

 

 사

 

 샤

 

 서

 

 셔

 

 소

 

 쇼

 

 수

 

 슈

 

 스

 

 시

 

 아

 

 야

 

 어

 

 여

 

 오

 

 요

 

 우

 

 유

 

 으

 

 이

 

 자

 

 쟈

 

 저

 

 져

 

 조

 

 죠

 

 주

 

 쥬

 

 즈

 

 지

 

 하

 

 햐

 

 허

 

 혀

 

 호

 

 효

 

 후

 

 휴

 

 흐

 

 히

 

 

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BASIC VOWELS

What’s Vowel? 

A speech sound which is produced by comparatively open configuration of the vocal tract, with vibration of the vocal cords but without audible friction, and which is a unit of the sound system of a language that forms the nucleus of a syllable. In Korean, letters representing vowel sounds such as a, e, i, o, u in English are 21 which make people pronounce words more precisely that each word represents than English which has only 5 vowels.

vowel chart

Basic Vowels?

Basic vowels consists of 10 out of total 21 vowels in Korean. As a word implies, these are basic vowels that and other 11 vowels are the forms of derivatives from the basic vowels and which ramify into 5 vertical shape vowels and 5 horizontal vowels. Since each vowel cannot make a sound without a consonant’s hepl, ‘ㅇ’ is added to articulate properly. ‘ㅇ’ is one of consonants but doesn’t have an actual consonant sound when it comes to be used as a head of a word.

 

ㅏ

아 

 

ㅑ

야

 

ㅓ 어

 

ㅕ 여

 

ㅗ 오

 

ㅛ 요

 

ㅜ 우

 

ㅠ 유

 

ㅡ 으

 

ㅣ 이

 

BASIC CONSONANTS

What’s Consonants? 

A basic speech sound in which the breath is at least partly obstructed and which can be combined with a vowel to form a syllable. In Korean, letters representing consonant sounds 19 which consist of 10 basic and 9 are derivatives from them.

consonant chart

Basic Consonants?

Basic Consonants consist of 10 out of total 19 consonants in Korean. As a word implies, these are fundamental consonants and others are the forms of derivatives from the basic consonants and which ramify into 5 Double consonants and 4 of Aspirated consonants. Since each consonant cannot make a sound without a vowel’ help, ‘ㅏ’ is added to articulate properly.

 

ㄱ 가

 

ㄴ 나

 

ㄷ 다

 

ㄹ 라

 

ㅁ 마

 

ㅂ 바

 

ㅅ 사

 

ㅇ 아2

 

ㅈ 자

 

ㅎ 하
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