Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 14 “ㅎ”

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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 “” (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 ““. 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  used in Korean words are: 좋은Gee/Pun (Good) and 놓다 – Dop/Gae (Put / Place ~ Verb).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet H Page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet H Page 2

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 13 “ㅍ”

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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 “” (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 part 12 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “P“, which is the same as if it where a primary consonant.
A couple of examples of  used in Korean words are: 깊은Gee/Pun (Deep) and 덮개 – Dop/Gae (a Covering).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet P Page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet P Page 2

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Korean Final Consonants Chart & Explanation (Free Download)

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Welcome once again to another free Fresh Korean resource. Today we’re looking for Final Consonants and all of the different possible combinations. Final Consonants are a very important part of the whole Hangul alphabet system however they are a little more complex than the primary consonants. We’ve split the chart into two parts, the first part lists the different sounds that the final consonants made as well as possible combinations and examples. The second part lists different possible liaisons (changes to the sounds).

Explanation

We’ll now briefly and simply as possible explain the two different charts and the information included. Firstly chart one:

Fresh Korean Final Consonants Chart

This chart includes 4 different parts all relating to Korean final consonants:

1) Indicative Consonants: Basically what each of the final consonants are based on.
2) Pronunciation: How each of the different final consonants sound.
3) Final Consonants: These are all of the different final consonants.
4) Examples: 2 or 3 different words which include the different Korean final consonants.

Now here is chart two;

Fresh Korean Final Consonants Practice Liaison

This part of the chart features different final consonant liaisons. With Korean final consonants certain liaisons result in changes to the regular sounds. In the above table you can see examples for each of the 23 different final consonants. Basically when a final consonant is followed by a soundless ᄋ the sound of the final consonant shifts to the primary consonant position.

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Video

Video Part 1 featuring the first 5 liaison parts:

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 12 “ㅌ”

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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 “” (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 part 12 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “T“, which is the same as if it where a primary consonant.
A couple of examples of  used in Korean words are: Bat (Field) and 같은 – Ga/Tern (Same).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet T Page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet T Page 2

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 11 “ㅊ”

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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 “” (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 part 11 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “T“, which is different as if it where written as a primary consonant (which sounds like an English CH).
A couple of examples of  used in Korean words are: Bit (Light) and – Dong/Nyok (Clock Face).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet CH page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet CH page 2

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 10 “ㅋ”

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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 “” (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 part 10 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “K“, which is the same as if it where written as a primary consonant.
A few examples of  used in Korean words are: 부엌Bu/Ok (Kitchen), 동녘 – Dong/Nyok (The East) and 새벽녘 Sae/Byog/Nyok (At Dawn or Breaking Dawn).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet K Page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet K Page 2

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 9 “ᄋ”

Final Korean Consonant Series - Fresh Korean

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 “” (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 part 9 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “NG“, which is different from if where a primary consonant which is soundless / Silent.
A few examples of  used in Korean words are: Bbang (Bread),  – Gang (River) and  Yang (Sheep).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet NG Page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet NG Page 2

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