The Korean language may be written using a mixture of Chinese (Hanja) and a native Korean alphabet known as “Hangul”, or now more commonly, in Hangul alone. The Korean alphabet consists of 24 letters – 14 consonants and 10 vowels – that are written in blocks of 2 to 5 characters. Unlike the Chinese writing system, Hangul is not an ideographic system. The shapes of the individual Hangul letters were designed to model the physical morphology of the tongue, palate and teeth. Up to five letters join to form a syllabic unit.

韓文可以用漢字(“Hanja”)和韓文字母“Hangul”的混合書寫,也可以單獨使用“Hangul”。韓文現在主要拼寫為韓文字母“韓文”。 “Hangul”由24個字母組成 - 14個輔音和10個元音 - 以2到5個字符的塊編寫。與中文文字系統(包括日文“漢字”)不同,“韓文”不是一個表意系統。個別“Hangul”字母的形狀被設計用來模擬舌頭,腭和牙齒的物理形態。最多五個字母加入形成一個音節單位。


金南希老師 Instructor Monica offers more than 15 years of teaching experience.  She has 7 years of experience as an English language instructor in Korea and has been a certified English <-> Korean Interpreter for the Calgary Board of Education for 10+ years.​

Age: Adults. Minimum number of students required: 6 & over.( Teaching in English英語教學) 

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