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I might be a bit bias saying this but aren't people allowed to talk a bit its not like its blowing up your phone and also v live is pretty stupid i don't like it but just my opinion so if you want this to stay educational and not social (which it isn't anyway) then maybe just don't look at the comments that you don't want to see
Every single comment does send you an email notification and people do hope it will be about the sentence when it is in the sentence discussion. You could set up a separate discussion somewhere else about army.
Armys, I'm here to learn. Please make a groupchat or something because you ARE clogging up a space used to study just to link up :(
They might have a different sound in some dialects, but a long e???
ㅐ ae /ɛ/ bed
ㅔ e /e/ bed
"Due to recent sound changes, 애(얘) and 에(예) are pronounced the same in most Korean dialects."
ㄱ have a sound between G and K, that's why you're listening a K sound. But remember, wen it's followed by a vowell, have a stronger G sound. When followed by a consonant, a K sound.
Does that go for most of the characters? Like ㄹ, ㅂ, ㄷ, ㅅ, etc.? I know ㅂ is a sort of B and P sound, so is it closer to a B when followed by a vowel, or a P?
Yup, ㅂ, ㄷ, ㄱ, ㄹ and ㅁ can change it' sound depending where it is, what comes before and next.
Is this pronounced "k-ae-m-ee"? (Just want to be sure I'm saying it right)
Ke-mi or they call it gae-mi, but the g is softer than in English and ㅐ ae /ɛ/ sounds like the e in bed.
Most of the character blocks in this section of lessons appear right over the instructions themselves, making them unreadable.
Me!!! But pls, dont spam, its an education area, we can love our boys and meet other ahgases in sns