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The original sounds of German words, ‘Ich liebe dich’ by HMJ phonetics.

The original sounds of German words, ‘Ich liebe dich’ by HMJ phonetics are as follows.

Ich liebe dich. (나는 당신을 사랑합니다.)

[ɪç l’i:bə dɪç]

[이히 을’이:브어 드이히]

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The original sounds of the French words, ‘Je t’aime’ by HMJ phonetics.

 The original sounds of the French words, ‘Je t’aime’ by HMJ phonetics are as follows.

 

 Je t’aime. (저는 당신을 사랑합니다.)

[ʒe tem]

[( )에 트에음]

쥐………..으

 

 

 

Comparison Korean with English by HMJ phonetics

“나는 당신을 사랑합니다.(I love you.)”

[나.는.  당.신.을.  사.랑.합.니.다]  —-> ‘ten’ Korean phonetic syllables or ‘ten’ HMJ phonetic syllables

 

“I love you. (나는 당신을 사랑합니다.)”

[아이 을어브 이우:]  —-> ‘three’ IPA phonetic syllables or ‘seven’ HMJ phonetic syllables

 

* Take a careful look on those periods marking a Korean phonetic syllable and readers can know why a Korean phonetic syllable is heard shorter than an IPA phonetic one to people who speak an alphabetical language as a mother tongue. The period is more frequent in Korean than in English. A Korean phonetic syllable is generally pronounced during a shoter time than an IPA phonetic syllable is. Because an IPA phonetic consonant is an HMJ phonetic syllable, it is pronounced during a longer time than a Korean phonetic consonant being an HMJ phonetic consonant is. It is very interesting to compare languages one another by HMJ phonetics.