This is the fifth part in our brand new series for 2015 called “Korean Vocabulary Practice Writing Worksheets“. This series focuses on improving two areas vocabulary and writing. Each part looks at one of the 14 Korean consonants and has 8 words. Also all of these words only include a single consonant and are mainly 3 characters or less. This is to help beginners as these words are generally easily to read.
Key Korean Vocabulary for 미음
Part 5 looks at the Korean consonant 미음 (similar to an English M) and features the following 8 words:
- 머리 = Head
- 마차 = A Wagon
- 무 = Radish
- 모자 = Hat
- 미라 = Egyptian Mummy
- 마개 = Stopper
- 마귀 = Devil or Demon
- 묘지 = Cemetery
Free Korean Vocabulary Practice Writing Worksheet PDF Download
The free download below has the 8 different 미음 words listed above. They are written in Korean and then 2 tracing and then 1 blank. Like always to available either as a JPEG image or a high quality PDF file (both of course are free):
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This is part five of our Combined Vowel Korean Worksheet Series. The fifth Korean character we are going to look at is “ㅁ” which sounds similar to an English “M“. This worksheet includes all the different possible combined vowel combinations.
A few example words which include the ㅁ with combined vowels are: 매운 = Mae/Un (Spicy), 멜론 = Maer/Lohn (Melon) and 맥주 = Maek/Jew (Beer).
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안녕하세요 (Hello) again and thank you for returning for part 5 of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 4 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.
Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “ㅁ” which sounds like an English “M”. A few good example of ㅁ being used are; 물고기 (Fish), 무엇 (What), and of course 맥주 (Beer).
Here is your free downloadable and printable worksheet, enjoy:
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Check out this video to listen to the native way of pronouncing each of the different characters from this worksheet.
Thank you for your time and please come back soon for part 6. As always if you have any comments, questions or requests please feel free to let us know.
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