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Remember these from the last Hangul video? They are ㄱ ('geu'), ㄲ ('ggeu'), ㄷ ('deu'), ㄸ ('ddeu'), ㅂ ('beu'), ㅃ ('bbeu'), ㅅ ('seu'), ㅆ ('sseu'), ㅈ ('jeu'), ㅉ ('jjeu').
In this video, we will cover the following. Remember, these ones do not have double forms.
ㄴ ('neu'), ㄴ ('neu'). So ㄴ ('neu') + ㅏ (Ah) is 나 (nah), 나 (nah). 나 (nah) means 'I' or 'me' in Korean.
ㄹ ('leu/reu'), ㄹ ('leu/reu'). This character (ㄹ) is similar to the L sound and the R sound but different. L is 'leu.' R is 'reu.' The one in the center (ㄹ) is 'leu/reu,' 'leu/reu.'
ㅁ ('meu'), ㅁ ('meu'). It's like the letter M.
We talked about this one (ㅇ), remember? It's just a space filler, so it's just 'eu,' 'eu.'
ㅊ ('cheu'), ㅊ ('cheu'). ㅊ ('cheu') plus ㅏ (ah) is 차 (chah), 차 (chah). 차 (chah) means 'tea' or 'car' in Korean.
ㅋ ('keu'), ㅋ ('keu'), like the letter K.
ㅌ ('teu'), ㅌ ('teu'), like the letter T.
ㅍ ('peu'), ㅍ ('peu'), like the letter P.
The last one. ㅎ ('heu'), ㅎ ('heu'). It's the H sound, 'heu.'
So let's go through them one more time.
ㄴ ('neu'), ㄹ ('leu/reu'), ㅁ ('meu'), ㅇ ('eu'), ㅊ ('cheu'), ㅋ ('keu'), ㅌ ('teu'), ㅍ ('peu'), ㅎ ('heu').
In the next video, we will do some actual practice and read words in complete Hangul letters. See you then.
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