Judging from the title, this lesson will be special. Because we are going to learn ‘special’ rules in Hangeul system. So what is ‘special rule’, actually? Well, we’ve learned to read and write Hangeul. But there is some moments in Hangeul when syllables aren’t read like what it’s written. 합 isn’t always read ‘hap’. What are those moments? Let’s get started!
Today is the ‘cute’ and edition. Most of you like the ‘slang series’ so I brought it again today. You can use all of these slang with your friends. 나도 귀엽거든! >_< Anyway.. good night ^^
So we talked about Hangeul in general, we learned about Hangeul vowels, consonants, and final consonants. Today we will hone your knowledge and skill about Hangeul. So this lesson is important. Let’s go! More…
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.
In the last Hangeul lesson we’ve revealed Hangeul Rule #2 : Hangeul use syllable system. There’s a time that consists of vowel and consonant. We also learned how to ‘arrange’ them. And in this lesson, we’ll trying to read them.
Hi! Good to see you again ^^
So we learned something about Hangeul on the past lesson. Alphabet and Hangeul writing system are different, so don’t treat them like one another. If you don’t remember what we’ve learned before, check the part 1 of this series here.
Are you ready to learn? Let’s go.
So Hangeul has two major components, vowels and consonants.
Now I’m giving you the phrase that you, fans of K-star, express your feelings. And today’s phrase is ‘드라마 잘 봤어요‘ (deurama jal bwasseoyo). This phrase is used when you want to express that you enjoyed certain drama. Remember that the context is..you and the person you talked to already knew what the drama is ^^