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Unformatted text preview: rules that we studied in class, or can be found on Pages 16‐19 in the Explanations Book, need to be applied there. After practising, record your reading (or singing if you prefer), save it, and send to your 1 hr tut Tutor as email attachment by the due date. Your voice file should be saved in either mp3 or wav format, and named as YOURGIVENNAME_YOURSURNAME_YOURSTUDENTNUMBER_1.mp3, or YOURGIVENNAME_YOURSURNAME_YOURSTUDENTNUMBER_1.wav. All the best. 너에게 난 나에게 넌 I am to you, you are to me 자전거 탄 풍경 by Scenery of Riding Bicycles 너에게 난 해질녘 1 노을처럼 Like the glow at sunset, I wish to be a roll of beautiful memories to you. Remembering our naïve precious days, well, I hope to remain as a picture to you with no regrets. 한 편의 2 아름다운 추억이 3 되고 1 소중했던 4 우리 푸르던 날 5 을 기억하 6 며 우 ~ 후회 7 없이 8 그림처럼 남아 9 주기를 나에게 넌 내 외롭던 지난 시간을 10 환하 11 게 비춰주던 햇 12 살이 13 되고 2 조그맣던 14 너의 15 하얀 손 위 16 에 빛나 17 는 보석처럼 영원의 18 약속이 19 되어 20 During my lonely days, to me, you were the sunlight that brightened up the days. Like the sparkle of the jewel upon your small white hand, to me, you were the promise of eternity. 너에게 난 해질 녘 노을처럼 한편의 아름다운 추억이 되고 3 As in 1 소중했던 우리 푸르던 날을 기억하며 우 ~ 후회 없이 그림처럼 남아주기를 4 나에게 넌 초록의 21 슬픈 노래로 내 작은 22 가슴속에 23 이렇게 24 남아 25 4 반짝이 26 던 너의 27 예쁜 눈망울에 28 수많은 29 별이 30 되어 31 영원토록 빛나 32 고 싶어 33 Through the sad green songs, to me, you remain in this small heart of mine like this. In your pretty glittering eyes, as so many stars, I wish you to shine forever 너에게 난 해질 녘 노을처럼 한편의 아름다운 추억이 되고 5 As in 1 소중했던 우리 푸르던 날을 기억하며 우 ~ 후회 없이 그림처럼 남아주기를 너에게 난 해질 녘 노을처럼 한편의 아름다운 추억이 되고 6 As in 1 소중했던 우리 푸르던 날을 기억하며 우 ~ 후회 없이 그림처럼 남아주기를 PRONUNCIATION NOTES 1. 녘 is pronounced as 력. First, the syllable‐initial ㄴ gets assimilated to the preceding ㄹ in 질. Second, the syllable‐final ㅋ is neutralised into unreleased [k], ㄱ. 2. Liaison. Also 의 here is the Possessive Particle (meaning ‘of’ or ‘‘s’). Despite the spelling, the Possessive Particle 3. is pronounced as 에 Liaison 4. The syllable‐final ㅆ is pronounced as unreleased [t] 5. Liaison. The syllable‐final ㄹ in 날 is pronounced as [l], but because it is liaised here, ie, followed by a vowel, it is pronounced as [r] 6. The syllable‐final ㄱ in 억 and the following ㅎ in 하 turns into heavily aspirated [k], ie, ㅋ 7. ㅎ in front of a vowel tends to be weak 8. Liaison. 없이 sounds like 업시, and you know ㅅ in front of ㅣ sounds like [sh] 9. Liaison 10. Liaison 11. ㅎ in 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.
23. Many Korean speakers pronounce 되어 as 되여 Liaison. See 2 above. Liaison Liaison 24.
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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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2013 for the course ARTS 1660 taught by Professor Lee during the One '13 term at University of New South Wales.
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