Introduction of Korean characters（二）Korean is one kind of phonetic languages, which is made up by basic vowels (vowels), basic Twin Tone (consonants), double vowels (vowels), double Twin Tone (consonants) and the suffix. Consonants (consonants) can not be pronounced separately, they must get help from the vowel (vowels) to express their issue articulation manner. Well, the vowels (vowels) can be pronounced separately, but can not alone as words, so if you want to make a pronounce of vowel (vowel), you must use consonants (consonants), which is/are in the form of "이응" to make vowels become a complete word. Now let’s get to know about the Korean alphabet.
- The basic vowels (vowels)
- The basic Twin Tone (consonants)
- The double Twin Tone (consonants)
- The double vowels (vowels)
- The suffix
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