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Symbols in Korean

 

I’ve been teaching in Korea for awhile and these would always come up in the classroom. Most students didn’t know the English for many of the symbols (especially exclamation point) and I realized I didn’t know the Korean for them. Knowing these will be useful especially for those teaching in Korea.



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7 thoughts on “Know Your Symbols in Korean

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Nice! It can be hard to find info on some of them. Hyo was a big help here recalling her primary education lol.

  1. Daj Katrin says:

    DomandHyo, What is the difference between parenthesis and parentheses?

    • Joey Desormeaux says:

      ( one parenthesis, () two parentheses.

  2. Pat Pat says:

    Wow…some of these are quite difficult which makes me kind of nervous, but practice makes perfect!

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