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/ Walkthrough by Patrick Coffman ([email protected]) Version 1.0--need to rewrite Story Walkthrough because it was written from mem- ory, but the "Quick Story Walkthrough" section is accurate. As with most languages, the only way to know how to accent words correctly is to hear someone say it properly.As for the romanization of Korean, I don't use the "write the unaspirated sound" method; a "p" at the beginning will be written as a "b." This way, I don't have to write "p'" for every time an aspirated "p" is used, and I think it does avoid some confusion. If you don't want spoilers, well..is the wrong place to check. "r" = This sound never really sounds too much like an "r" from English.Probably, the most spoiler-free place will be the "quick story walkthrough" part of this F. In the middle of words, between vowels, this sound isn't too unlike the Japanese "r;" a flap of the tongue against the roof of the mouth near that ridge behind the front teeth. This will probably only occur with "n" sounds in the middle of words (that's the nasal, solitary "n" that is its own syllable) and long vowel patterns. Lastly, note that I will use an apostrophe to separate sounds that I feel need to be separated so you can pronounce them correctly.