This is the ninth 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 치읓
Part 8 looks at the Korean consonant 치읓 (It sounds like an English CH sound) and features the following 8 words:
- 초 = Candle
- 최고 = Maximum
- 차 = Vehicle
- 치츠 = Cheese
- 체 = Sieve
- 추다 = to Praise
- 채다 = to Snatch / Take Away
- 차표 = Passenger Ticket
Free Korean Vocabulary Practice Writing Worksheet PDF Download
The free download below has the 8 different 치읓 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): CLICK HERE for your FREE PDF Copy of “ㅊ Vocabulary Practice Writing Sheet by Fresh Korean”
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This is part ten of our Combined Vowel Korean Worksheet Series. The tenth Korean character we are going to look at is “ㅊ” which has a sound similar to an English “Ch“. This worksheet includes all the different possible combined vowel combinations related to ㅊ.
A few example words which include the ㅊ with combined vowels are: 채소 = Chae/So (Vegetables), 최선 = Chwe/Son (Best) and 체리 = Chae/Ree (Cherry – the fruit).
Here is your free printable worksheet either as a JPEG or PDF file, we hope that you find it useful:
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