This is part one of our Combined Vowel Korean Worksheet Series. The first character we are going to look at is “ᄀ” which sounds similar to an English “G“. This worksheet includes all the different possible combined vowel combinations.
A few example words which include the ᄀ with combined vowels are: 게 = Gae (Crab), 개미 = Gae/Mee (Ant) and 계단 = Gae/Dan (Stairs)
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This is the first part of fourteen worksheets that will help you practice writing the different Korean characters. The first character we are going to look at is “ᄀ” which sounds similar to an English “G“. This worksheet includes all the different possible basic vowel combinations.
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Here is your free printable worksheet either as a JPEG or PDF:
ᄀ Korean Character Practice Worksheet FREE PDF from Fresh Korean
Check out this video to listen to the native way of pronouncing each of the different characters from this worksheet.
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