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Questions tagged [final-consonant]

Please use this tag if your question is related with any final consonant, 받침 including 쌍받침 such as ‘ㄲ’, ‘ㅆ’ and 겹받침 such as ‘ㄳ’, ‘ㄵ’, ‘ㄺ’, ‘ㄻ’, ‘ㄼ’, ‘ㄾ’, ‘ㅄ’ .

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How do you type a space on a set 3 keyboard?

How is space typed on set 3 keyboard? It appears a main character takes the place of the space on a set 3 keyboard.
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Pronunciation of 받침 when speaking slowly

When you are saying a word or sentence deliberately slowly, speaking syllable by syllable in Korean (e.g., when spelling a text to students in a classroom, or talking on the phone), do the 받침 rules ...
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받침 and following 이응

Until recently, I was under the impression that if a syllable ended in a 받침 (e.g. 작) and the next syllable started with 이응 (e.g. 아), then the 받침 would move to the start of the next syllable (so 작아 is ...
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Does the liaison always happen in Korean?

I wonder if a liaison always happens in Korean or not. I mean the last consonant in the previous word is absorbed into the next vowel. In French, there is a rule on which word the liaison happens, ...
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Pronunciation of 옷이 with linking sound

I am wondering if is there any pronunciation rule for 받침 when linking sound is involved. For example, the word 옷이 in the sentence below. 시장에 옷이 많았습니다 When we read the word 옷이 slowly (so not using ...
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How does 말다 become 마

It is obvious for other forms (마세요, 마십시오) because of the ㄹ 받침 and 으, but 마 is 말 + 아, which means it should be 말아. However, I have never seen that (and in speech it would be heard as 마라 anyway). Does ...
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ㅂ irregular verbs

Korean irregulars are, sometimes, kind of regular, because of rules for conjugation of different patchims. However, I realized today I don't know how to conjugate "regular" irregulars with a ㅂ patchim....
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Pronunciation of ㄼ

For the double final consonant ㄼ, I found two versions: It is pronounced as ㄹ except 밟다 + 고,다,소,는,지,게 and 넓죽하다, 넓둥글다. It is pronounced as ㅂ unless followed by a solid ㄱ consonant. It is pronounced as ...
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