Uncle Chan's Story About Korean 1-06 (Enhanced Version)
Korean Vowel Oh and Its Consonant Partners
Louis Chan Yoo
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This is one of Uncle Chan's story book series. Especially this is focusing on vowel of "Oh" and its consonant partners from Gah to Ha.
Korean is not easy language for foreigners to learn and to use like other Asian Languages. However Korean is also good to understand and to use once you have lerarned this basic consonants and vowels which are very similiar to English Alphabet. There are only fourteen consonants and ten vowels, but it can be combined with each other and can make so many words.
Basically pronunciation of Korean consonants and vowels is quite different from that of English due to their word structure. So you might be confused with the differences between english spelling and pronunciation about Korean words.
Now we will start the very first word of this book, "Goh" which is combined "Ghee-yuk" with "Oh" to figure out what Korean has unique characteristics.
If you have good time with this book and learn more about Korean, that will be an encouragement for us too.
- Category: Education
- Published: Sep 15, 2010
- Publisher: EPubFactory Publishing
- Seller: CHAN WOONG YOO
- Print Length: 17 Pages
- Language: English