how do you pronounce ㄹ ??
I know it's pronounced 'r' or 'l' but when do I know when to pronounce 'l' and when 'r'. For example: 파리 (fly) is it 'pali' or 'pari' ?
It can also be silent. I imagine it's just one of those things that you get used to. I haven't noticed any particular rule or pattern when it comes to pronouncing it one way versus the other.
its like a mix of both! try listening to some KPOP (Korean pop music) or watching some kdramas. (Korean dramas) or a youtube vid
do you know any good kdramas i could watch?? and what website can I watch them? also could you tell me some kpop songs i should listen to? please. Thankyou!!
What kind of music do you like? (Just so I can recommend something to you (: )
Do you prefer girl groups or boy groups? Do you like the kind of bubbly pop? Are u okay with rap parts and if so do you mind if there are a lot of them or rather long parts? (I'm sorry that I'm asking so many questions. I just want to narrow it down a bit.)
lol I watched your comment and I don't know why I got to excited but anyway some amazing kdramas you could watch are:(and you can watched them either on Youtube or in www.kissasian.ch) goblin the great and lonely god( 도깨비) Cheese in the trap (치츠인더트랩) Moon lovers: Scarlet heart Ryeo ( 달의 연인 - 보보경심 려) Age of Youth (청춘시대) and my favorite ones, the first kdrama I watched was My Love Eundong (사랑하는 은동아)
hi i'm very late and not even sure if you're still active here, but age of youth/hello my twenties was such a good drama and the first one i ever watched, i highly recommend.
It is only [l] when doubled up like ㄹㄹ in 빨리. In other cases, pronounce it like Spanish r (single tap, not trilled).
put your tongue in place as if to say "d" in dog but instead instead pronounce "l". there is a little bit of roll. its Usaully a mixture of both sounds.
try going on Go Billy Go's 2nd or 3rd Hangul lesson on youtube.
As I see it, ㄹ is pronounced something like a "rl" blend when it is at the beginning of a syllable like라면 or 일요일 . while ㄹ is pronounced like r if it is at the end of a syllable like 일 or 말. and finally ㄹ pronounced as r+rl when ending then beginning two syllables like 빨라요 or 전라도(발음: 절라도).
When a vowel comes after ㄹ, it is pronounced like "R" (unless it is an English loanword). Where ㄹ is last or followed or preceded by either ㄹ or ㄴ, it is pronounced "L". If ㄹ is followed by any other character than those mentioned, it becomes "N" (except for certain Chinese loanwords).