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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Combined Vowels Korean Writing Worksheet 7 -S

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 6 “ㅂ”

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

A few example words which include the  with combined vowels are:  = Baem (Snake), 뷔페 = Bwe/Pae (Buffet) and 베트맨 = Bae/Ter/Maen (Batman).

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Combined Vowels Korean Writing Worksheet 6 - B

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 5 “ㅁ”

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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 “” which sounds similar to an English “M“. This worksheet includes all the different possible combined vowel combinations.

A few example words which include the  with combined vowels are: 매운 = Mae/Un (Spicy), 멜론 = Maer/Lohn (Melon) and 맥주 = Maek/Jew (Beer).

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 4 “ㄹ”

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

A few example words which include the  with combined vowels are: 레몬 = Lae/Mon (Lemon), 레이저 = Lae/Ee/Jo (Laser) and 뢴트겐 = Rwon/Ter/Gaen (X-Rays or Roentgen). There aren’t many combined vowels which go with the consonant and then most are words taken from English.

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Combined Vowels Korean Writing Worksheet 4 - R L

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 3 “ㄷ”

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

A few example words which include the  with combined vowels are: 대구 = Dae/Gu (Korea’s 4th largest city Daegu), 돼지 = Dwae/Jee (Pig) and 대한민국 = Dae/Han/Min/Guk (The country South Korea ^^).

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Combined Vowels Korean Writing Worksheet 3 - D

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 2 “ㄴ”

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

A few example words which include the  with combined vowels are:  = Nae (Yes), 네모 = Nae/Moh (Square) and 내가 = Nah/Ga (I ~ Pronoun not letter).

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Combined Vowels Korean Writing Worksheet 2 - N

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Practice Korean Writing – Combined Vowels Worksheet 1 “ᄀ”

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

A few example words which include the with combined vowels are: = Gae (Crab), 개미 = Gae/Mee (Ant) and 계단 = Gae/Dan (Stairs)

Worksheet

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Combined Vowels Korean Writing Worksheet 1 - G

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