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Does the liaison always happen in Korean?

The highest rated comment is confusing typical Korean phonological processes with liaison. The definition of liaison is: the pronunciation of an otherwise ABSENT CONSONANT sound at the END of THE ...
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Conversion to Japanese onyomi

Sorry. there are no rules. You know, same kanji(hanza, hanzi) means they have same origin. that's over. A long time has passed, and there are no laws to the changes that have occurred to them. ...
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Conversion to Japanese onyomi

You can read these articles: Sino-Xenic vocabularies (mostly this section) Sino-Korean vocabulary (mostly this section) Sino-Japanese vocabulary (mostly this section) However this knowledge would ...
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