Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 14 “ᄒ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with this the fourteenth and final part of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 13 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “” which has a sound similar to an English “H“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 하늘 (Sky), 하마 (Hippo) and 호랑이 (Tiger). To practice writing  please either use the JPG image or the PDF link below:

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 13 “ᄑ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with part 13 which is the penultimate part of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 12 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “” which has a sound similar to an English “P“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 피 (Blood), 포도 (Grapes) and 파도 (Wave). To practice writing  please either use the JPG image or the PDF link below:

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 12 “ᄐ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with part 12 of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 11 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “” which has a sound similar to an English “T“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 토끼 (Rabbit), 토요일 (Saturday) and 타조 (Ostrich). To practice writing  please either use the JPG image or the PDF link below:

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 11 “ᄏ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with part 11 of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 10 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “” which has a sound similar to an English “K“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 커피 (Coffee), 캐나다 (Canada) and 코 (Nose).

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 10 “ᄎ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with part 10 of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 9 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “” which has a sound similar to an English “CH“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 차 (Tea), 치다 (Hit –Verb) and 참치 (Tuna).

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 9 “ᄌ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with part 9 of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 8 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “” which has a sound similar to an English “J”. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 집 (Home/House), 좋은 (Good) and 젤리 (Jelly).

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 6 “ᄇ”

안녕하세요 (Hello) again and  welcome to part 6 of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 5 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “ᄇ” which sounds like a an English B, some good examples of “ᄇ” being used to Korean words are as follows: 바나나 (Banana), (Rice) and (Rain)

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