家族 'Kazoku' in Japanese!
VNmese has the same root for "gia tộc"..
no a surprise, the language of chinese japan Korean and Vietnamese all have the 漢字 root
Japanese: 家族 かぞく
korean hanja form is also 家族(가족)
i like how Korean is different
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When do i pronounce g or k in a word?
The pronunciation sounds more like 가적...
Is it appropriate to say: 저는 론돈에 가족이 있습니다, meaning 'I have a family in London'? Rather than saying 'my family lives in London?'
Is it ga-chong or ka-cho ?
Ka-jok or Ga-jok.
Koreans of older generations tend to pronounce the word as the latter.
You could say both bcs ㄱ is a word between g and k
I think it's more like ka-jok, according to how the hangul is
Ka-chok, but still it's the best to practice by listening and not writing like this, this can confuse you even more.
I think it should be "ka - chog", when you can barely hear the ㄱ
I think it's ka-chon actually
I think you're confusing ㄱ and ㄴ. the ㄱ as the final consonant of 족 has the [k] sound.
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