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
Oke vì vậy mà tui đã nhớ từ này :)))
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?
Whem the letter comes first its mostly k and also when two ㄱ come togather its k (in tense) but when it comes alone in the middle its g
The pronunciation sounds more like 가적...
Is it kojog or gajog in pronunciation?
How to say q un korean
Why does 가족 sound like 카좈 also gajoke
Is it appropriate to say: 저는 론돈에 가족이 있습니다, meaning 'I have a family in London'? Rather than saying 'my family lives in London?'
Google Translate says, "yes". Except London is spelt as 런던 (according to Duolingo) instead of 론돈!
....and right about now, I realise that this comment was made a year ago.... :D
So... Hi. :)
How to say q in korean
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
Actually the character listed is ga making it ga jok. Hope this was helpful
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.
In hindi we call hello namaste
Familia in spanish