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Pronunciation Problems for KoreanIn the past few months, I have been researching the Korean language in preparation for my eventual stay in that country, South Korea. There are many scholars who list it as a language isolate, and the language itself has resisted too much influence from China and Japan for about three thousand years. It is Altaic, so it has a few Siberian languages which share commonalities. But for the most part, it differs highly from chinese, which is tonal, and from japanese, which is far more monosyllabic in its sounds. The alphabet, han’gul, relies on blocks of sound variations that combine to form syllables. Whereas in the Roman alphabet, each letter appears one after another, han’gul relies on this alternate and quite efficient method. Say you were to write the word “sedentary” in this form. “sed”, “en”, “ter”, and “ee” would all get their own blocks, one letter on top of the other for each syllable. So the first barrier to pronunciation for a speaker of Korean is differentiating this and getting past the expectation that comes with this form. Now, on to the harder and more involved subject of vowels. In english,