What you will learn in this lesson – 1. Days of the week 2. Which/What + N (무슨) 3. Time Particle – 에 4. 와/과 (N and N) – Connecting nouns with ‘and’ 5. 고 (S and S) – Connecting sentences with ‘and’
What you will learn in this lesson – 1. Talking about weather 2. Using Adjectives in Korean 3. Difference between Topic Particles 은/는 and Subject Particles 이/가
What you will learn in this lesson – 1. Location particles 에, 에서 – In, At, From, To 2. Time Particle – 에 3. Present Tense Negative Verb Ending – 지 않습니다
What you will learn in this lesson – Making sentences like – Where are we? Making Present tense sentences in Korean (ㅂ니다/습니다). Using Object particles 을/를 and location particles 에서. Using Honorific language. Reference: 100 Most Common Korean Verbs – https://www.topikguide.com/100-most-basic-korean-verbs-list/
What you will learn in this lesson – Introducing yourself. Telling your name in Korean. Country names, languages and nationalities Difference between ~ㅂ니다 and ~요 language forms. Making Present tense sentences in Korean Using Object particles and location particles. Using Honorific language.
Lesson 2. 이것은 시계입니까? ㅡIs this a watch? What you will learn in this lesson – Asking Yes/No questions using verb to be and answering them using Yes/No. N은/는 N입니까? 네, N잊니다. 아니오, N이/가 아닙니다
In this lesson we will solve the exercise questions from lesson 1.
In this lesson we will learn – 1. How to make sentences like – ‘What is this?’ ‘This is Noun.’ 2. Topic particles in Korean.
I am going to start a new Korean language lesson series in which we will study the Korean level 1 textbook from Language Education Institute of Seoul nation University. Watch the video below for the details. Link to download the textbook – https://bit.ly/2WpfZek
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