Re: Korean: to AquaDemon (was Re: Alphabets)
|From:||Aquamarine Demon <aquamarine_demon@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, November 8, 2001, 1:54|
>Yeah--unfortunately. One of the other sites I posted earlier did have a
>list of mutations/modifications. I just know them from almost becoming a
>native speaker. <helpless shrug> If you're interested I could try and
>find it again for you.
>(I can produce the forms in speech, but my spelling's godawful because it's phonetic.)
I can understand that... not from experience or anything... it just makes sense... ;)
Yeah? Have to give it a try.... :)
>There's a free week of online trial language lessons in *any* language,
>and Korean's one of them. You might give it a shot if you've got a
>browser that handles the Flash plug-in. I went through 10 of their
>Japanese lessons (hana wa kiiroi desu...)--you don't learn anything
>*really* useful to start, but it's actually pretty fun.
Hmm... have to figure that one out.... :) Korean is fascinating... :) I like what
I've learned about it so far, which isn't much... as is the case with most of
my knowledge of all other foreign languages...
>Yes, that's how they're romanized. One Korean textbook I have says
>they're produce like the "normal" nonaspirated stops, but you tense up
>your speech organs. I honestly can't think of a *better* explanation than
>that, though I would've described it as making the sound more "tightly."
>Yoon Ha Lee [firstname.lastname@example.org]
>It's bad luck to be superstitious.
LOL.... That's funny! :)
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