Korean Consonants

16 August 2014 by kim

Level: A1
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Korean consonants, their Latin spelling and their notation in the International Phonetic Alphabet:

Jamo Latin IPA

g, k g

n n

d, t d

r, l ɾ, l

m m

b, p b,

s s, ɕ

(nothing), ng ŋ (final)

j

ch tɕʰ

k

t

p

h ç

Double consonants:

kk similar to ㄱ but the pronunciation is more tense

tt similar to ㄷ but the pronunciation is more tense

pp similar to ㅂ but the pronunciation is more tense

ss similar to ㅅ but the pronunciation is more tense

jj similar to ㅈ but the pronunciation is more tense
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