Intimidating words that start with s
iamb, iambi, iambic, iambics, iambs, iambus, iambuses, iatric, iatrical, ibex, ibexes, ibices, ibidem, ibis, ibises, ice, iceberg, icebergs, iceblink, iceblinks, iceboat.
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What’s more, South Korea is a young, tech-savvy country that’s home to popular tech brands including Samsung and LG. Although Korean might be ranked as one of the more difficult languages to learn by the Foreign Service Institute (FSI), it is by no means impossible.
In fact, compared to Japanese and Chinese, Korean has some huge advantages that make it easy to learn. The first step in learning the Korean language is becoming familiar with the Korean alphabet, as it’s likely considerably different from the other languages you’re familiar with.
skate, skating, sketch, sketched, sketches, sketching, skidded, skidding, skiing, skimmed, skimming, skindive, skindiving, skins, skip, skipped, skipping, skips, skirmished, skirmishing, skirt, skirted, skirting, skirts, skouting, skulk, skyjacked, skylarking.
slackened, slackening, slacking, slaked, slammed, slamming, slant, slanted, slanting, slap, slapped, slapping, slaps, slash, slashed, slashing, slated, slaughtered, slaughtering, slavered, slaying, sleep, sleeping, sleeps, slept, slice, sliced, slid, slide, sliding, slimed, slinging, slip, slipped, slipping, slips, slit, sloganeering, slop, sloping, slopped, slopping, sloshed, slotted, slouches, slow, slowed, slowing, slug, slugged, slugging, sluiced, sluicing, slumbered, slump, slumped, slung, slurped.
When first seeing the Korean alphabet, many people assume that it is just a bunch of squiggles and that it is as impenetrable as learning the thousands of Chinese characters that students of Mandarin face.