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how is it that ''ㄴ'' is sometimes ''D''

'ㄴ' is 'N', how is it that when we talk it becomes 'D'?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    This might answer your question: http://www.italki.com/question/186373

    ㄴ in Korean is less nasalized than English n, especially when it's at the beginning of a word. So you might hear it as ㄷ, but they're still different phonemes, and Koreans will always perceive ㄴ as n.

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