What is your Favorite Season? Extended Practice Korean Conversation 3 (Free Download / Printout)

What is your Favorite Season Extended Practice Korean Conversation

Hello again and welcome to our third Extended Korean Conversation. The topic for this third example conversation is “What is your favorite season“, and is between two people friends Mi Jin & Ju Sok, they are talking about the different seasons, weather and reasons why they likes and dislike things. Some of the concepts can be taken and used in everyday Korean conversation.

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The conversation and covers span 3 full pages and should take between 10 and 20 minutes to read. The level is a mixture of beginner and intermediate concepts. Due to the size of the conversation we’re only uploading a PDF version as a JPEG copy would not easily readable. We hope that you enjoy:

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 9 “ㅈ”

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This is part nine of our Combined Vowel Korean Worksheet Series. The ninth Korean character we are going to look at is “” which has no sound and therefore the characters are simply the vowel sounds. This worksheet includes all the different possible combined vowel combinations related to 

A few example words which include the  with combined vowels are: 제발 = Jae/Bal (Please – a strong version), 재스민 = Jae/Ser/Min (Jasmine) and 쥐 = Jwi (Rat).

Worksheet

Here is your free printable worksheet for Combined Vowels + ㅈ. You can download it either as a JPEG or PDF file, we hope that you find it useful:

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Countries in Korean Flash Cards Part 5 (Download / Printout)

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This is part five of our Countries in Korean Flash Card series. We have chosen the following countries either due to visits to freshkorean.com, nationally of current students and random choice.

For our fifth set the following 10 countries have been chosen; Cambodia, Morocco, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Hungry, Egypt, Finland, Spain, Greece and Croatia.

This is all going to be the last part in this series for the short term as we want to focus on some other topics. Thank you for your continued interest in this series.

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Here is part five of the countries in Korean flash card set in both JPEG and PDF formats. We hope you enjoy them and find them useful:

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Beginner Korean Conversation 4 – Where is the Bathroom?

Practice Korean Coversation - Where is the Bathroom

It’s been a while but welcome back for the long over due fourth part in our Beginner Practice Korean Conversation series. This conversation is between 2 strangers, one guy “Marco” is looking for the nearest bathroom and asks “Joon Jae” for directions.  This conversation can be modified depending on where you are but the general concepts should stay the same.

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Here is the “Where is the Bathroom?” conversation in JPEG form as well as a higher quality PDF format below, enjoy:

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If you want to look at Part 3 “What do you do in your spare time?” click here. Thank you for your time today and if you have any questions, comments or requests please let us know.

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 8 “ᄋ”

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This is part eight of our Combined Vowel Korean Worksheet Series. The eighth Korean character we are going to look at is “” which has no sound and therefore the characters are simply the vowel sounds. This worksheet includes all the different possible combined vowel combinations related to

A few example words which include the  with combined vowels are:  = Wae (Why), 위스키 = Wi/Ser/Ki (Whiskey) and 웨일즈 = We/Ill/Jer (Wales – the Country).

Worksheet

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Countries in Korean Flash Cards Part 4 (Download / Printout)

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This is part four of our Countries in Korean Flash Card series. We have chosen the following countries either due to visits to freshkorean.com, nationally of current students and random choice.

For our fourth set the following 10 countries have been chosen;Pakistan, Belgium, Switzerland, France, UAE, Peru, South Africa, Chile, Bulgaria and the Netherlands.

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Here is part four of the countries in Korean flash card set in both JPEG and PDF formats. We hope you enjoy them and find them useful:

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 7 “ㅅ”

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This is part seven of our Combined Vowel Korean Worksheet Series. The seventh Korean character we are going to look at is “” which sounds similar to an English “S“. This worksheet includes all the different possible combined vowel combinations.

A few example words which include the  with combined vowels are:  = Sae (Bird), 세계 = Sae/Gyae (Buffet) and 열쇠 = Yol/Sway (Key).

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To catch up with our Combined Vowels Guide plus Alphabet Chart , Part One, Part Two, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 and Part 6 please click the links.

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