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Korean Alphabet – Learn to Read and Write Korean #1 – Hangul Basic Vowels: ㅇ,ㅏ,ㅣ

Hi,everyone!I’m Amy from Korean class Hana Hana Hangul. Hi everybody I’m Amy and welcome to Hana Hana Hangul and the fastest, easiest, and most fun way to learn hangul the Korean alphabet. If you’ve ever wanted to sing Korean songs write a letter in Korean be able to get around in Korea, or just jump start your Korean learning, you’re in the right place. Even if you’re an absolute beginner to Korean by the time you’re done with the series you’ll be able to read and write Hangul like a pro And you’ll get a feel for Korean culture and learn some vocabulary at the same time We will start by covering the ten vowels and fourteen consonants of Written Korean as you learn these components, you will also get plenty of practice writing and reading down with example words then we’ll talk about double consonants and vowels the batchim, and the Pronunciation rules that will help you speak like a native by the end of this series you will be able to understand the language and a whole new level and have completed an important milestone in mastering Korean. Hana Hana means step by step in Korean and that’s just how we’re going to tackle the Hangul Just watch these videos review what you’ve learned using the resources in And you’re on your way to mastering Hangul. We will start with some very good news. Hangul is easy! For one thing it has much fewer characters than say, Japanese or Chinese. There are only 24, we use this 24 characters in different combination to form syllables. Each block of characters equals one syllable. Here’s an important rule you need to know about this blocks each block means at least one consonant and one vowel You will see what we mean when we start to look at some characters in Hangul. There are 10 vowels and 14 consonants. Today you will learn two of the vowels and one consonant. Are you ready? Your first vowel is E II Ii This is pretty easy, right? Practice writing this character as you say the pronunciation out loud. As you say this simple sound, it might surprise you to know that you’re actually saying a Korean word. This word means teeth II So how would you write this word like this?Nope. Remember the rule we mentioned earlier every block needs at least one consonant and one vowel But in this case of e there is no consonant, so instead we put a placeholder The circle called an in acts as a placeholder for the consonant So whenever you have a vowel on its own this placeholder comes before it Draw the E vowel to the right of the placeholder, so when you want to write the word e? Or [the] syllable e in the middle of another word this is how you would write it pretty Easy so far right now if you take the last character and add a short stroke to the right side it becomes your second vowel ah ah ah as You practice the pronunciation try to associate the sound with the character? Writing it while saying it really helps pop quiz with what you know so far try to figure out how to write this Korean word ah Once more ie this is the characteristic You need to put the place order circles next to each vowel sound when they stand on their [own] And that’s how you write ie which is the Korean word for Child ie [are] you starting to get the hang of it? You’ve just finished your first hangul lesson And you’ve learned three of the 24 basic characters in the next lesson you will learn three more Keep taking [it] hana Hana. Step by step and keep practicing with [a] korean class You will be surprised how fast you master Korean writing See you next time,everybody!

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