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第一课 元音
ㅏ ㅓ ㅗ ㅜ ㅣ a (h)o o(h) wu i
아이 小孩a i
아우 弟弟a wu
어이 怎么ho i
오이 黄瓜 oh i
우 蜂拥貌 拟声词 wu
이 牙齿 i
안녕 你好 aniyoh
안녕하세요 您好 anihasehyoh
안녕히 가세요 请走好 aneohnihasehyoh

第二课 辅音
ㅂ ㅍ ㅃ ㅁ b- p b\ m
ㅂ 바 버 보 부 비 b- ba- bho- boh- bwu- bi-
ㅍ 파 퍼 포 푸 피 p pa pho poh pwu pi
ㅃ 빠 뻐 뽀 뿌 삐 b\ ba\ bho\ boh\ bwu\ bi\
ㅁ 마 머 모 무 미 m ma mho moh mwu mi

바보 傻瓜 ba bho
비 雨 bi
삐삐 寻呼机 bi bi
아빠 爸爸(娇气)a ba
아버지 爸爸 a boh ji
부친 父亲a pa
파 葱 pa
피 血 pi
무 萝卜 mu
모 苗 moh
안녕히 계세요 请留步 aniyohi kehsihyo
또 만나요. 再见 toh mannayoh

第三课 辅音
ㄷ ㅌ ㄸ ㄴ ㄹ d- t\ d\ n r/l
ㄷ 다 더 도 두 디 d- da- t/dho- toh- dwu- ti-
ㅌ 타 터 토 투 티 t\ ta tho toh twu ti
ㄸ 따 떠 또 뚜 띠 di\ da dho doh dwu di
ㄴ 나 너 노 누 니 n na nho noh nwu ni
ㄹ 라 러 로 루 리 r/l r/la r/lho r/loh r/lwu r/li

나무 树 na mwu
다리 腿,桥 d/ta- r/li
또 又,再 doh
오리 鸭子 oh r/li
머리 头,头发 mho r/li
나비 蝴蝶 na bi
토마토 西红柿 toh ma toh
도토리 橡子 toh- toh r/li
따다 采,摘 da- da
라디오 广播 r/la ti- oh
뿌리 根 bwu\ r/li
누구세요? 谁呀?dubusehyoh
제예요. 是我 choyeyoh
어서 오세요. 快请进,欢迎光临 hosowusehyoh

第四课 元音
ㅡ ㅐ ㅔ ㅚ ㅟ eeh aeh ahy yve/e vi

배 梨,船,肚子 baeh
애나무 小树 aeh na mwu
누르다 压 duzhitah
모으다 集拢 moh eeh dah
베 麻布 bahy
모래 沙 moh deh
누에 蚕 duh eh
위 胃 wi
뒤 后 dwui
뇌 脑 nve
되다 成为 tuaidah
부르다 叫…...

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