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Introduction to the Korean alphabet, Hangeul (ebook)

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*NOTE: "Introduction to the Korean Alphabet (Hangeul)" is a part of the book "Korean Made Easy_Starter." This ebook targets those who have no reading knowledge of the Korean alphabet (Hangeul). The formation of syllables, the pronunciation, and the sentence structure of the Korean language are very different from those in English. This book takes a look at those differences *NOTE: "Introduction to the Korean Alphabet (Hangeul)" is a part of the book "Korean Made Easy_Starter." This ebook targets those who have no reading knowledge of the Korean alphabet (Hangeul). The formation of syllables, the pronunciation, and the sentence structure of the Korean language are very different from those in English. This book takes a look at those differences and uses illustrations to easily present pertinent information that English speakers should know before beginning to study Korean. Part 1 presents a simple general overview of how Korean vowels and consonants are formed and also shows the structure of Korean syllables. Part 2 explains how the structure of Korean syllables is very different from English by showing how Koreans read English loan words. Part 3 covers differences in sentence structure between English and Korean and helps readers attain an overall understanding of Korean sentences. And more ... *Table of Contents Introduction Part 1: Introduction to Hangeul Part 2: Characteristics of Korean Vowels and Consonants Part 3: Characteristics of Korean Sentences Lesson Chapters Chapter 1: Six Basic Vowels Chapter 2: Three Basic Consonants Chapter 3: Six Basic Consonants Chapter 4: Final Consonants Chapter 5: Four [ y ] Vowels Chapter 6: Two Basic Vowels & Two [ y ] Vowels Chapter 7: Four Aspirated Consonants Chapter 8: Seven Compound Vowels Chapter 9: Five Tensed Consonants Chapter 10: Final Consonants & Double Final Consonants


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*NOTE: "Introduction to the Korean Alphabet (Hangeul)" is a part of the book "Korean Made Easy_Starter." This ebook targets those who have no reading knowledge of the Korean alphabet (Hangeul). The formation of syllables, the pronunciation, and the sentence structure of the Korean language are very different from those in English. This book takes a look at those differences *NOTE: "Introduction to the Korean Alphabet (Hangeul)" is a part of the book "Korean Made Easy_Starter." This ebook targets those who have no reading knowledge of the Korean alphabet (Hangeul). The formation of syllables, the pronunciation, and the sentence structure of the Korean language are very different from those in English. This book takes a look at those differences and uses illustrations to easily present pertinent information that English speakers should know before beginning to study Korean. Part 1 presents a simple general overview of how Korean vowels and consonants are formed and also shows the structure of Korean syllables. Part 2 explains how the structure of Korean syllables is very different from English by showing how Koreans read English loan words. Part 3 covers differences in sentence structure between English and Korean and helps readers attain an overall understanding of Korean sentences. And more ... *Table of Contents Introduction Part 1: Introduction to Hangeul Part 2: Characteristics of Korean Vowels and Consonants Part 3: Characteristics of Korean Sentences Lesson Chapters Chapter 1: Six Basic Vowels Chapter 2: Three Basic Consonants Chapter 3: Six Basic Consonants Chapter 4: Final Consonants Chapter 5: Four [ y ] Vowels Chapter 6: Two Basic Vowels & Two [ y ] Vowels Chapter 7: Four Aspirated Consonants Chapter 8: Seven Compound Vowels Chapter 9: Five Tensed Consonants Chapter 10: Final Consonants & Double Final Consonants

42 review for Introduction to the Korean alphabet, Hangeul (ebook)

  1. 5 out of 5

    LISA

    Easy from other book this one break down the basic and reason behind to understand why it is done this way

  2. 4 out of 5

    margaret jones

    It was ok This book was not so simple. Kinda small. Not really easy to understand. I did learn some things new. Ok

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jason Johnston

    Great Resource This book is a great resource for how to write Hangul and for learning simple Korean words! I will definitely be purchasing the next book in this series!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Daniela Bosque

    Very easy to follow and learn Hangul! Explained in detail with lots of illustrations! What I like the most of an ebook is that I can enlarge the letters especially the Hangul letters which are sometimes difficult to distinguish in other books or in a printed book because they are small.

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    Noble

    super helpful!

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