In this information age, many people want to broaden your knowledge, maybe some of you too. So I’ll give you a little ‘guide’ if you want to take a look at some Korean website filled with Hangeul.
Okay, maybe ‘Internet’ has no translation word int Korean, but I want everyone to know how Korean write them in Hangeul. So enjoy!
We already knew about subject in sentence. But do you know there is a particle which mark subject in Korean? It’s ‘이‘ and ‘가‘ (‘i’ and ‘ga’). ‘I’ is used when the subject will be marked ends with a consonant. And ‘ga’ is used when it ends with a vowel.
So if you followed us on Instagram, you’ll know that long time ago, we posted some vocabulary pics on school grade in korean. Some of you might haven’t seen it, and I thought it’s good to make a video out of it, so here it is ^^
What grade are you?
Seoul has some of the highest prices for goods such as Starbucks coffee, Chilean wine, carbonated water, beef and imported fruits, according to data released by Consumers Korea on Monday (12/01). The organization examined the prices of 42 agricultural, livestock and processed products in June and October across 13 major cities in the world. Out of 42 products, Seoul turned out to have the highest prices for 35 items, earning the title of one of the top five most expensive cities. (Tip : Kh)
Wow. I think we better save more money to travel to Korea.
We meet again in Hangeul class!
Today I’ll reveal things about consonant.
On the second lesson we’ve learned about Hangeul components. There are vowels, consonants, and some rules. In third lesson we’ve learned how to read Hangeul. We’ve practiced arranging components into syllable. You can it check once again 🙂 And now we will learn about another side of consonants.