What is a glottal stop?
Hi guys! My name is Young, and I am your tutor !. Today, I’d like to answer the question ‘’what is a glottal stop’ so this question was from probably consonant ‘ㅇ’. Ok let me explain.
Glottal stop is One of the consonants that is a burst sound which is articulated in the gate. Technically its where the vocal folds come together stop the breath therefore stop the sound and then suddenly release Like 어 오
like with t in british english such as butter , water. In Korean,
It may appear unconscious when you pronounce a consonant that does not officially exist in Korean or a word with a consonant 'ㅇ'.
일, number 1
This is not very important to learn Hangul. So just know that 이응 sounds like ng. And lets practice more using 이응.
영 this is my name but a lot of Koreans have this letter in their names for example, 영미 or 미영/ 영기/ 영수/ 영희
응 - means yes in korean informal, in formal is 네
안녕하세요 hello in formal
안녕! In informal
알았어 okay in informal
알았어요 okay formal
In Korean, if you see 요 at the end of sentence, you will notice it is 존댓말 which is formal speech.
Are you more familiar with consonant 이응 now?
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