Hello and welcome to our new series of Korean Writing Worksheets. This series will look at the final consonant that completes Korean characters, and this series will look at the 14 basic varieties. Also all of the worksheets will use the vowel “ㅏ” (ah) as a base reference, this therefore limits the series to just 14 parts, otherwise it would be 140 parts long (as there as 10 basic vowels).
In this final part (14) we will look at the final consonant “ㅎ“. This consonant is generally said to be soundless, however it is always followed by a “ㅇ” and therefore it moves into that place when read and therefore makes the primary sound like an English H.
A couple of examples of ㅎ used in Korean words are: 좋은 – Gee/Pun (Good) and 놓다 – Dop/Gae (Put / Place ~ Verb).
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Thank you for your time and please come back soon for the next part of this series.