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Korean Reading Exercises - Part 1

Now that we had a glimpse of Hangul, it's now time for us to read some Korean words, or probably some Korean-ly spelled English words! If you have missed the lessons on Hangul and how to read them, go to this post, and learn Korean in 15 minutes!


OK, let's have the first batch of exercises:

Exercise 1

The following Korean words are actually English words, but are borrowed by the Korean language. You only have to match the following words in Hangul, to its Romanized version.

1. 머니터
2. 오렌지
3. 샴푸
4. 바나나
5. 피자
6. 나이프
7. 버스
8. 카메라
9. 커피
10. 햄버거

Word bank:
Orange, Banana, Knife, Camera, Hamburger, Monitor, Coffee, Shampoo, Bus, Pizza

Finished? You can see the answers here.


Exercise 2

The following are countries which are translated into Hangul. Try to read and understand the following, and match them with the words below.

1. 부라질
2. 멕시코
3. 스페인
4. 캐나다
5. 필리핀
6. 러시아
7. 이스라엘
8. 이집트
9. 오스트레일리아
10. 포르투갈

Word bank:
Mexico, Portugal, Russia, Egypt, Brazil, Spain, Canada, Australia, Philippines, Israel

Finished again? Wow! Answers go here.

Did you get the exercises? If you got low scores, then don't be sad, you can always study Hangul here. If you got high scores, then, good work! Stay tuned for more exercises!

NOTE: Finished with READING? Why don't you step up the ladder and try WRITING? You can do it here.

21 comments:

  1. <3 this is awesome!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

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  2. An excellent exersize for beginners.

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    1. Thanks! I hope I can produce some more soon, just check it out! :)

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  3. I was excepting a paragraph to read.

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  4. Thank you, I've just started Korean and this is so useful for practicing reading blocks *follows blog*

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  5. haha i got "meonit'eu" for number one. i'm assuming it's "monitor" but something went wrong lol

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  6. Hey there! Thank you for putting up this exercise, it was really helpful! 😍
    But I've noticed a mistake on the very first word: you wrote 머니터, but shouldn't it be 모니터?
    Thank you again, hope you have a great day ❤

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  7. I gor them all 감사함니다 !!! ☺☺

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  8. It was awesome! 감사합니다.

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  9. The first exercise is helpful for living and getting around in Korea.

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  10. The first exercise is helpful for living and getting around in Korea. It's useful to know where the bus stop is, where to get a hamburger or pizza, and where to grab a cup of joe.

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  11. Thanks, this is very helpful..! :)

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  12. These are really good! Except one , 부라질 should be 브라질
    Keep up the good work~

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