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When is ㅅ silent?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
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    It is often found in final double consonants in Korean.

    e.g.
    없다 => 어 + ㅂ(the first consonant) + ㅅ(the second one, silent) + ㄷ + ㅏ
    핥다(to lick) => ㅎ + ㅏ + ㄹ(the first consonant) + ㅌ(the second, silent) + ㄷ + ㅏ


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