Unit 2: Stage 8 Pronunciation-IV

Introduction:

This section is another opportunity to improve your pronunciation, using the distinction among aspirated, non-aspirated, and tensed sounds. Your goal should be to sound as though you know a lot more Korean than you actually do. If you sound good, you are good.

Two people on the phone.

Paul:
hok-ssi I-gyo-su-nim tae-ge kye-se-yo?

sa-mo-nim:
a-ni-yo, chi-gǔm chi-be an kye-se-yo.
sa-mu-si-re kye-se-yo.

Paul:
ne, -rǒ-myǒn, che-ga sa-mu-sil-lo
chǒ-na-dǔ-ril-kke-yo.

sa-mo-nim:
ne, -rǒ-k'e ha-se-yo.

 

Chi-sǒn:
Il-song-ssi, hok-ssi o-nǔl hwe-i i-ssǒ-yo?

Il-song:
ne, o-hu tu-si-e i-ch'ǔng hwe-i-si-re-sǒ i-ssǒ-yo.

Chi-sǒn:
sil-le-ji-man i-ch'ǔng hwe-i-si-ri ǒ-di i-ssǒ-yo?

Il-song:
pok-ssa-sil-ha-go kang-dang sa-i-e i-ssǒ-yo.

Chi-sǒn and Il-song-ssi talking in the office.
 

che-ga sa-mu-sil-lo chǒ-na-dǔ-ril-kke-yo.

hok-ssi o-nǔl hwe-i i-ssǒ-yo?


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