sunny [스’어은.이] ‘선.이
simulation [스이음.이우.을’에이.쉬은] 심.유.’레이.션
origin [‘오:얼.이.으이은] ‘오:얼.이.진 or ‘올.이.진
original [어.으’이으.어.은을] 어.’리지.어.늘
panic [프’에은.이크] ‘팬.잌
vanish [브’에은.이쉬] ‘밴.이쉬
punish [프’어은.이쉬] ‘펀.이쉬
roaring [으’오:얼.이응] ‘루오:얼.잉
A certain sound is the sum of its original sound and other derivative sounds. -In the thesis of ‘Hoon Min Jung phonetics the second edition’
The original sounds of the English word, ‘favorite’ are as follows.
The original sounds of the Spanish word, ‘tierra’ are as follows.
Surprisingly, [r] in Spanish has four HMJ phonetic syllables.
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The original sounds of ‘je’ in French which means ‘I’ in English are as follows.
And the original sounds of ‘제(‘저’ or ‘나’ in Korean)’ in Korean which means ‘I’ in English are as follows.
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].
< The definitions of Hoon Min Jung phonetics >
1. ultimate particle of sounds
An ‘ultimate particle of sounds’ means a common component of sounds unable to be divided further which are heard similarly with each other(one another).
2. original sound
An ‘original sound’ means a sound pronounced originally at the articulate point.
A ‘syllable’ is the smallest unit of a sound that can be pronounced by itself.
A ‘consonant’ is a sound unable to be divided further which can not be pronounced without a vowel(s) as a component of a syllable.
A ‘vowel’ is a sound unable to be divided further which can be pronounced by itself as a component of a syllable.
The original sounds of [g] in English and the sound of ‘ㄱ’ in Korean by HMJ phonetics are as follows.
그 ——-> three ultimate particles of sounds, that is, [( )], [ㄱ] and [ㅡ]
The sound of ‘ㄱ’ in Korean
[ㄱ] ——> one ultimate particle of sounds
Therefore, [g] ≠ the sound of ‘ㄱ’ in Korean.