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Unformatted text preview: n front of a vowel tends to be weak, and a liaison happens here 12. We have two ㅅ’s in 햇살; it sounds like 해쌀. 13. Liaison. See 5 above. 14. Similar to 6. The sequence ㄷ and ㅎ turns into ㅌ 15. See 2 above. Here 너 means ‘you’, and 너의 ‘your’ 16. Liaison 5 17. ㅊ in 빛 sounds ㄴ, as it is assimilated to the following ㄴ 18. Liaison. See 2 above. 19. Liaison 20. 21. 22. 23. Many Korean speakers pronounce 되어 as 되여 Liaison. See 2 above. Liaison Liaison 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. The syllable‐final ㅎ in 렇 and the following ㄱ in 게 turns into heavily aspirated [k], ie, ㅋ. See 6 above. Liaison Liaison See 15 and 2 above Liaison. See 13 and 5 above 29. Because ㅎ in 많 is hardly pronounced, it is pronounced as if a liaison is happening. Thus sounds like 마는 30. Liaison. See 13 and 5 above 31. See 20. 32. As in 17 above, ㅊ in 빛 sounds ㄴ, as it is assimilated to the following ㄴ 33. Liaison 6...
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