안녕하세요 (Hello) and welcome to part 4 of our practice Korean writing series. Today we will be looking at the consonant symbol “ᄅ” which sounds like an English “R” however it can also sound like an English “L”. A few different examples of “ᄅ” are: 라디오 (Radio), 리본 (Ribbon) and 리비아 (Libya). As you can see from the examples most words starting with ᄅ are the same in English as in Korean.
We hope you enjoy practicing with this worksheet, either as a JPEG or PDF:
Check out this video to listen to the native way of pronouncing each of the different characters from this worksheet.
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