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Learn Korean Hangeul 2: Letterㅑ "yah"

This quiz is the second in a series designed to teach JetPunkers how to read hangeul, the standard Korean writing system.

If you've taken the first learn-as-you-go hangeul quiz, you should already know that the letter in hangeul is pronounced "ah."

This quiz focuses on a very similar looking letter, , which is pronounced like the "yah" in "Booyah!" Every Korean word below contains the "yah" symbol.

Letters apart from and found in the hangeul examples below represent consonants. For example, is the "n" consonant symbol, so should be read like the "nya" in "Nyan Cat." But there's an important exception! The circle symbol is a silent placeholder, so is pronounced simply "yah."

Your job is to guess the English counterparts of the Korean words listed. Clues have been provided to help you along. As you figure out the answers, be sure to compare the English words with their hangeul equivalents! This should help you remember how to read in later quizzes.

Hopefully, by the end of this quiz, you'll have = "yah" memorized for good.

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Last updated: July 25, 2020
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Hangeul
English
Calendar-making Mesoamerican civilization
Maya
Garfield's favorite food
라자
Lasagna
Actress of Glee fame
Naya Rivera
2020 Tekashi 6ix9ine song
야야
Yaya
Sweet yellow-orange tropical fruit
파파
Papaya
Polish supermodel and Chloé representative
Anja Rubik
Japanese musical instrument company
마하
Yamaha
Magical old woman of Russian folklore
Baba Yaga
Japanese singer of "Okaeri" fame
Ayaka
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