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ry

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2019.03.13 22:19
can you help?
my name is Yasmin but in Korean it's written as 야스민. I'm curious to know why there is an 'eu' sound (ㅡ) after the 's' (ㅅ) why not just 얏민? thanks!! ☺️
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  • Just Call Me. Jun

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    Yat min? hm...
  • ry

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    @Just Call Me. Jun huh?
  • Xac 강민

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    Because ㅅ when combined with a word, it is pronounced as a ‘T’. So if you put ‘얏민’ it becomes, yat-min.
  • Boring life

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    Cause korean read your name as "ya" "s" "min". I think it is a kind of difference of language
  • Just Call Me. Jun

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    S could be ㅅ + ㅡ, but 얏 is close to Yat. T could be 얏,
  • 우성Woosungウソン

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    It's related with (ㅅ) pronounce Korean grammer. I think it's similar with this example. If you pronounce 'Yes' is (예스), not (옛). If you want to pronounce (얏민), English spelling is Yat min...Uhg...so difficult to explain 😂😂😂
  • Lim

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    there are some reasons. when korean read English words, the word divide syllavels. for example, Bus is a syllavel in english pronunciation, but korean pronunciation are two syllavels. bu ‘버’and s ‘스’. so sometimes foreigners can not understand the pronunciation. I know it is weird. i think korean pronunciations are affected by Japanese grammar, becouse in the past we learn english by translating Japanense text.
  • Sangyeon

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    just think like this, you know “yes” right? 예스 sounds 스 yas 야스 min 민 야스 민 야스민 😁
  • Migo

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    to put it simply, we don't pronounce any of consonants independently. it should always go with vowel. so, we don't have consonant clusters either.
  • ry

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    @Xac 강민 @Just Call Me. Jun @Boring life @Lim @우성Woosungウソン @Sangyeon @Migo thanks so much everyone !! Really helpful. 감사합니다 !