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.
Sometimes people don’t talk about this specifically when they learn about Hangeul. But actually, it’s really important. Lucky you, I knew consonants pretty good. We hangout together and they trust me to tell you about them. Just kidding 😀
Ok. Here are they :
Q : “What is final consonant?”
A : “Final consonant is ‘the third team member’. In case you forget about this analogy, check about that over here. We learned that in Hangeul, syllable is formed from consonant and dan vowel. But don’t forget final consonant. You need him.
Q : “Ok. But what it’s for?”
A : “They sure give a difference to syllable that doesn’t have a final consonant. In some situation it will give you a ‘stopping sound’, while some don’t. But final consonants are important.”
Q : “I saw it said ‘complex’? What does it mean?”
A : “Complex means the final consonant is composed from two components.”
Q : “How can I read it?”
A : “Check two tables below.”
Q : “I’m still confused. Where should I put them?”
A : “That’s what we’ll learn in the next lesson ^^”
Q : “Nooo.. Why did you finish it so early.”
A : “There’s gonna be a lot of examples so I think it’ll be better to learn a little at a time so..yeah. I will explain more later. For now, I I’ll give you Hangeul Rule #4 :”
Have a good day all! 🙂