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Korean alphabet covered in this lesson:
가 나 다 라 마 바 사 아
Pronunciation Tips from a youtuber commented on this video (applies to the next video too). * 가 - Gah is like saying the "c" in car
* 카 - Kah is saying the "k" sound using your stomach muscles * 다 - Dah is saying the "t" sound but your tongue is placed in the back half of your mouth * 타 - Tah is having your tongue placed right on or behind your teeth * 라 - Lah is saying ra but you add the "l" and roll your tongue. Llra * 바 - Bah is saying pa but frowning when you do it

* 파 - Pah is having the "p" come from your stomach
* 자 - Jah is saying cha but as soon as the "ch" comes out, drop your chin and open mouth. * 차 - Cha is made using cleanched teeth for the "ch"
Korean alphabet covered in this lesson:
자 차 카 타 파 하
Sorry, I forgot to cover "파" [PA] in the video.

Pronunciation Tips from a youtuber commented on the previous video (applies to this video too). * 가 - Gah is like saying the "c" in car
* 카 - Kah is saying the "k" sound using your stomach muscles * 다 - Dah is saying the "t" sound but your tongue is placed in the back half of your mouth * 타 - Tah is having your tongue placed right on or behind your teeth * 라 - Lah is saying ra but you add the "l" and roll your tongue. Llra * 바 - Bah is saying pa but frowning when you do it

* 파 - Pah is having the "p" come from your stomach
* 자 - Jah is saying cha but as soon as the "ch" comes out, drop your chin and open mouth. * 차 - Cha is made using cleanched teeth for the "ch"

Suggested possible tips from other people:
* I believe that 가 - Gah can be physically described as the back of your tongue touching the back portion of the roof of your mouth. It creates a softer k sound that resembles the g-like sound I hear you say. 카 - Kah like you suspect it sounds, sounds to me like the English K. I hope this helps=)

Korean alphabet covered in this lesson:
가 나 다 라 마 바 사 아 자 차 카 타 파 하 각
Korean alphabet covered in this lesson:
Video #1: 각 간 갇 갈

Video #2: 감 갑 갓 강 갖 갗 갘 같 갚 납 낲

Video #3: 각 낫 한 사 랑 낭 잣 잧 방 앙 안 합 장 랑 자 사 박 찾 상 차 발 살 알 판 달 Korean alphabet covered in this lesson:
Video #1:
아 안 가 갓 야 가 악 앙 라 갸 약 양 랴 갸 약 양 랴 야 이 기 니 리 시 김 님 링 신 "김밥" 여 어 이 아 야 겨 너 인 락 얏 녕 걸 빈 카 얕 "갈비" "비빔밥" "김치"

Video #2:
오 요 으 우 유 고 두 효 드 고 요 두 유 르 공 욕 둘 율 릇

Video #3:
안녕, 엽기적인 그녀, 전지현, 가수, 슈퍼 주니어, 영어, 연습시간, 여자친구, 남자친구, 다음시간 L6. Compound Korean Vowels
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Tips from YouTubers
* in french ae=é and e=è hope it help french people ... * 애 ae like the e in the word ( set )
* 얘 yae like the e in the word ( yet )
* 에 e like the a in the word ( take )
* 예 ye like the a in the word ( yay )
* ㅙ wae like in the word ( way )
* ㅚ oe like in the word ( wet )
* for 'wae' and 'oe' see this youtube video at : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhBhoBwQIOA&feature=related Korean alphabet covered in this lesson:
애 얘 어 예
와 왜 외 워 웨 위 의
배용준, 대한민국, 과수원, 네이버, 의사, 외국사람, 전자 레인지, 휘파람 #1  안녕하세요, 저는 제이슨이에요.  지금 학생이에요. keypoint:
» N1은/는 N2 이에요. ----> N1 = N2  is used after consonant and 는 is used after vowel.  In #1, 저 is ending with vowel "ㅓ", so 는 is used. » 이에요 is 해요 style of a basic verb @이다 (to be). » "지금 학생이에요" does not have a subject "저는" because it is obvious or it (저는) has been already introduced in "저는 제이슨이에요" - Omission of redundent elements » This #1 sentence can be used to introduce yourself.

pronunciation:
[안녕하세요, 저는 제이스니에요.  지금 학생이에요.] translation:
» Hi, I am Jason.  I am a student now.

#2 안녕하세요, 전 제이슨입니다. 지금 학생이에요. keypoint:
» The basic structure of #2 is the same with #1 sentence. However, notice that 저는 --> 전, and 이에요 in "제이슨이에요" became "입니다".  입니다 is 합니다 style of the same basic verb 이아 (to be). pronunciation:
» [안녕하세요, 전 제이스님니다.  지금 학생이에요.] translation:
» Hi, I am Jason.  I am a student now.
more details:
» 전: a short form of 저(I)+는(particle)
» 입니다: @ 이다 (to be) - 합니다 style.

#3 안녕하세요, 여러분! 사라예요. 만나서...
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