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Pronunciation Rules

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Pronunciation Rules EALC-K 101

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1. Re-syllabification, 2. Syllable Final Closure, 3. Double Final Consonant, 4. Nasalization
Elementary Korean 1
Jiyoung Kim
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Date Created: 09/07/16
Pronunciation rules  1) Re­syllabification  Consonant at the end of a syllable carries over to the next syllable if it starts with a vowel.  Ex. 이름이 → pronounced i ​ ­r​ e­mi (이르미)  2) Syllable final closure   Sounds change to consonants placed in the final position.  북 vs 붂 → they sound the same  Ex. 꽃 → sounds like 꼳 (ㅊ is pronounce​d as ㄷ “t ​ ”)  ㄱ  ㄲ  ㅋ    →       “ㄱ”  ㄷ  ㅌ  ㅅ  ㅆ  ㅈ  ㅊ   ㅎ  →    “ㄷ”  ㅂ  ㅍ      →       “ㅂ”    3) Double final consonant  When two consonants are in the final position, only one consonant is pronounced.  ㄱㅅ   ㄴㅎ   ㄴㅈ   ㄹㅂ   ㄹㅌ   ㅂㅅ     →   First  consonant is  pronounced  ㄹㄱ   ㄹㅁ   ㄹㅂ  →   The second      consonant is  pronounced    4) Nasalization  When ㅋ, ㅌ, ㅂ, and ㅍ are followed by ㅁ and ㄴ, nasal assimilation occurs.  → 앞​문 is pronounced as a ​ m­mun instead of ​ap­mun    ㄷ  ㅌ  ㅅ  ㅆ  ㅈ  ㅊ   ㅎ   →   Becomes  ㅁ s​ ound   ㄱ  ㄲ  ㅋ    →       Becomes  ㄴ​ sound  ㅂ  ㅍ  →           Becomes ㅇ​sound     


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