By Ross King, Jaehoon Yeon, Chungsook Kim, Donald Baker
Complicated Korean bargains a whole, systematic, and streamlined third-year path in Korean.
It is perfect for college scholars and grownup beginners with abundant examining texts and written workouts, all in Korean Hangul. Concise Korean grammar notes in English, vast glossaries, and a solution key make this publication compatible for these learning by myself, in addition to for school room use.
There are 20 finished classes, every one with a studying textual content during which new language is brought in context, via vocabulary, grammar issues, and routines. classes five, 10, 15 and 20 are brief stories of the most important structural styles brought. the point of interest is on written Korean, however the studying texts should not educational, they're breezy, chatty, and a laugh, with illustrations.
The textbook comes with a loose CD-ROM entitled Sino-Korean spouse, a complement for these novices wishing to start the research of chinese language characters as they're utilized in the Korean language. The 20 classes at the CD-ROM construct at the content material of the teachings ordinarily textbook to introduce 500 chinese language characters of their Sino-Korean readings. The emphasis is on giving scholars the instruments they should decipher surprising chinese language characters on their lonesome, and likewise on Sino-Korean vocabulary acquisition. every one lesson introduces nearly 25-30 new chinese language characters besides similar vocabulary goods, and builds on past characters and vocabulary brought, demonstrating the cumulative impact on one's vocabulary of paying systematic awareness to Sino-Korean.
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61 62 ઁҗ 4. 지금 누구 돈으로 생활하고 있습니까? 직접 자기 힘으로 번 돈입니까? 아니면 다른 사 람한테서 받은 돈입니까? 5. 무슨 샴푸로 머리를 감습니까? 6. 어떤 책으로 한국어를 공부하고 계십니까? Exercise 4: Practice with –는 길이– and –는 길에 Use the patterns –는 길이– and –는 길에 to answer the questions below. 1. A: 어디 가십니까? B: ______________________ 2. A: 오늘은 좀 늦으셨네요. B: ______________________ 3. A: 어디에 갔다 오십니까? B: ______________________ 4. A: 저 시장에 가는데, 뭐 시킬 일 없습니까? B: ______________________ 5. A: 이따 오후에 시간 있으면 저희 집에 잠깐만 다녀가세요. B: ______________________ 6.
Seems she doesn’t like the clothes. 44. A: 저 영화 재미있을까요? Do you think that movie might be interesting? B: 사람이 많은 것을 보니 영화가 재미있나 봅니다. Judging by all the people in line, it would appear to be interesting. 45. A: 윤주 씨 어디 갔습니까? Where did Yunju go? B: 차가 없는 것을 보니 멀리 나갔나 봅니다. Judging by the fact her car is not there, she seems to have gone far away. दחয݈۽ೞ݈ইঠ 46. A: 수박 좀 줄래? Please give me some watermelon. B: 냉장고 안에 없는데요. 아까 아이들이 다 먹었나 봐요. There isn’t any in the fridge.
8. 9. 10. 11. 내가 점심을 살게—나가자. 그럼 약을 드릴게요—드세요. 아이들은 제가 볼게요—염려 마세요. 이제는 별 일 없을 거야—안심해. 건강이 곧 좋아질 거예요—너무 실망하지 말아요. Finally, replace –(으)ㄹ래 and –(으)ㄹ 거야 in items 12–17 below with the pattern –(으)ㄹ테야 to express an even stronger intention (or to ask somebody about their strong intention): 12. 난 나중에 먹을래. 13. 오늘은 샤워하지 않을래. ݃۽ীоߨ݃۽ݶਸ݈חۄܰٮਗ਼ইਃ 14. 15. 16. 17. 네가 죽으면 나도 따라 죽을래. 내년에 한국에 꼭 갈 거야. 나 혼자라도 반드시 찾을 거야. 영화 보러 갈래? Exercise 4: Quoting Commands in 주– with 달라(고) The following sentences are verbatim quotes of commands that 나 I [the speaker] gave to somebody.