First 4 Hangul

Consonant K or G

Here is the consonant for k or g, the pronunciation is more like in between these two consonants. Suffers a transformation when written with consonants.

Vowel A

Like ah. Best remembered if you remove the right stroke from the capital A, you essentially have this:

Consonant N

As in no.

Consonant T or D

Best way to remember is if you remove the vertical stroke from the lowercase d. You end up more or less with the same shape.

Together now

가 (ga) 나 (na) 다 (da). Observe how ga suffered a transformation.

Not writing three letter combos yet, so I won’t dare. 🙂

先週

Kun:
さき、ま.ず
On:
セン
Meaning:
before, ahead, previous, future, precedence
Mnemonic:
For the crime he committed before, Mazu’s sentence’s kind of sucky. But he knew, as though he can predict the future
Kanji:
No soil grows human legs and walk before or up to what’s ahead.
Kun:
none
On:
シュウ
Meaning:
week
Mnemonic:
Shoe, next week.
Kanji:
Walk over the enclosed mouth beneath the soil next week.

先勝友達に会わなかった。