This is a great resource for testing Korean learners’ knowledge of Korean sentence structure. Rather than SVO (subject, verb, object) which is used in a lot of simple sentences in English and a lot of Romance languages, Korean uses SOV, which is subject, object, verb. For example, "I eat an apple" translates to "I an apple eat" (나는 사과를 먹는다 which is 나는 = I, plus 사과를 = apple, plus 먹는다 = eat). So whilst vocabulary is essential when learning Korean, it's also important to know which words go where in a sentence.
To begin either type or copy and paste your text in the box and this worksheet generator will change the order of the words in your sentence(s).
In terms of customization, you can enter a title and choose whether you want all words to appear in lowercase or in sentence case for new sentences. You can also choose the font and size of the text. There is also an option to remove original commas and quotation marks to increase the difficulty level of the exercises.
The Korean jumbled sentence worksheet you create will be ready for you to print in A4 format. When printing, you may select how many worksheets you would like to have without answers and how many with answers. The worksheets with answers will show the sentences in the correct order (as you entered them).
Once you have printed your jumbled sentence worksheet, your students can start practicing right away! You can even get the students to mark their own work – with these worksheets students can check their answers using the answer sheet.