The linguistically weird coincidence by HMJ phonetics

Bruce publishes this article titled ‘The linguistically weird coincidence by HMJ phonetics’ on both HMJ phonetics’ Facebook page(http://www.facebook.com/hmjphonetics) and WordPress blog(https://hmjphonetics.wordpress.com) on June 6, 2014 firstly in the world.

The original sounds of ‘je’ in French which means ‘I’ in English are as follows.

je

[ʒe]

[(  )에]
..쥐
..으

And the original sounds of ‘제(‘저’ or ‘나’ in Korean)’ in Korean which means ‘I’ in English are as follows.

[제]

As we can know it above that the original sounds of both of ‘je’ and ‘제’ contain both [ㅈ] and [ㅔ], both of sounds’ etymology would be the same, [제].

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