Can't type some words in Korean

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Anathepolyglot, Nov 9, 2015.

  1. Anathepolyglot macrumors newbie

    Anathepolyglot

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    I am learning Korean right now, so I turned on the Korean keyboard on my Macbook air. But when I try to type words like 없, it comes out as 엎ㅅ. Basically I can't get the ㅅ understand the ㅓ. I really want to fix this because this is in the way of my improving my Korean : (
     
  2. nguyen6323 macrumors newbie

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    The issue might be that you are using ㅍ instead of ㅂ.

    There are only a few consonant combinations that work together in the written language to fit like how you would write 닭, 없다, 여덟, 않다 etc

    ㅍ and ㅅ are not one of them. the IME for Korean these days on Mac and Windows should be the same where it will fit the letters properly, but that's given you're spelling things properly
     
  3. Anathepolyglot thread starter macrumors newbie

    Anathepolyglot

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    Oh my god!! You are totally right. How did I not notice that!
    잆.... now I could do it! :) I won't be making that mistake from now on, haha.
    Thanks!
     

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