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한국의 알파벳 ....Please correct

ㄱㅏ G-a (pronounced Kah)

ㄴㅏ N-a (pronounced Nah)

ㄷㅏ D-a (pronounced Tah)

ㄹㅏ L-a (Pronounced Rah)

ㅁㅏ M-a (pronounced Mah)

ㅂㅏ B-a (pronounced Bah [Very soft B])

ㅅㅏ S-a (Pronounced Tsah)

ㅇㅏ Silent-a (pronounced Ah)

ㅈㅏ J-a (Pronounced Jah [Very soft J])

ㅊㅏ Ch-a (pronounced Cha)

ㅋㅏ K-a (pronounced Kah)

ㅌㅏ T-a (pronounced Tah)

ㅠㅏ P-a (pronounced Pah)

ㅎㅏ H-a (pronounced Hah)

The first symbol is a consonant - The second symbol is the vowel "a". (Pronunciation of the vowel and consonant together are in parenthesis.)
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    한국의 알파벳 ....Please correct

    ㄱㅏ G-a (pronounced Kah) Sometimes Gah?

    ㄴㅏ N-a (pronounced Nah)

    ㄷㅏ D-a (pronounced Tah) Sometimes Dah... Kamsahamnida... The ending sounds like Dah 

    ㄹㅏ L-a (Pronounced Rah)

    ㅁㅏ M-a (pronounced Mah)

    ㅂㅏ B-a (pronounced Bah [Very soft B])

    ㅅㅏ S-a (Pronounced Tsah) Sah

    ㅇㅏ Silent-a (pronounced Ah)

    ㅈㅏ J-a (Pronounced Jah [Very soft J])

    ㅊㅏ Ch-a (pronounced Cha)

    ㅋㅏ K-a (pronounced Kah) Hard K

    ㅌㅏ T-a (pronounced Tah)

    ㅠㅏ P-a (pronounced Pah) 파 

    ㅎㅏ H-a (pronounced Hah) Ha 


    There's also double consonant kind of things too... 빠 짜 따 까 싸 They also have slightly differend pronunciations. T T. 

    ㅠㅏ P-a (pronounced Pah)


     

    the first character (ㅠ) is actually read as YU. P is like this ㅍ

    ㅠㅏ P-a (pronounced Pah)


     

    the first character (ㅠ) is actually read as YU. P is like this ㅍ

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