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This workbook is designed to be used in conjunction with the Talk To Me
In Korean Level 1 lessons. Developed by certified teachers to help you
review and reinforce what you’ve learned in the Talk To Me In Korean
lessons, this workbook contains 6 main categories of review and 13 types
of exercises.

Categories
1. Vocabulary review
2. Writing
3. Listening Comprehension
4. Reading Comprehension
5. Fill in the chart
6. Dictation

Types of Exercises 
1. Matching
2. Fill in the blank
3. Multiple choice
4. Dictation
5. Draw a picture
6. Translation (Korean <-> English)
7. Short answer
8. Define and translate
9. Conjugation
10. Write your own sentence
11. Q&A
12. Unscramble and write
13. Verbification Types of Exercises
Volume:
1
Year:
2020
Publisher:
KONG & PARK, Incorporated
Language:
english
Pages:
128
ISBN 13:
978-8956056883
Series:
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Talk To Me In Korean
Workbook
Level 1
written & designed by
TalkToMeInKorean

Talk To Me
In Korean

Workbook
Level 1

Contents

How to Use the Talk To Me In Korean Workbook

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Quick guide to Hangeul

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Lesson 1.

Hello, Thank you

Lesson 2.

Yes, No, What?

Lesson 3.

Good-bye, See you

Lesson 4.

I’m sorry, Excuse me

Lesson 5.

It’s me, What is it?

Lesson 6.

What is this?, This is ….

Lesson 7.

This, That, It

Lesson 8.

It’s NOT me

Lesson 9.

topic,subject marking particles

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안녕하세요. 감사합니다.

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네. 아니요.

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안녕히 가세요. 안녕히 계세요.

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죄송합니다. 저기요.

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-이에요/예요

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이거, 이거 뭐예요?

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이, 저, 그, 거/것

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아니에요.

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-은/는, -이/가

Lesson 10. have, don’t have, there is, there isn’t

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있어요. 없어요.

Lesson 11.

Please give me

Lesson 12.

it’s delicious, it tastes awful, thank you for the food

4

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주세요.

맛있어요, 맛없어요, 잘 먹었습니다.

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Lesson 13.

I want to …

Lesson 14.

What do you want to do?

Lesson 15.

Sino-Korean Numbers

Lesson 16.

Basic Present Tense

Lesson 17.

Past Tense

Lesson 18.

Location-marking Particles

Lesson 19.

When

Lesson 20.

Native Korean numbers

Lesson 21.

Negative Sentences

Lesson 22.
Lesson 23.
Lesson 24.
Lesson 25.
Answers

-고 싶어요

뭐 -고 싶어요?

일, 이, 삼, 사, …

-아/어/여요

-았/었/였어요

어디, -에, -에서

언제

하나, 둘, 셋, 넷, …

안, -지 않다

verbs
하다

Who?
누구?

Why? How?
왜? 어떻게?

From A To B, From C Until D
-에서/부터 -까지

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How to Use
the Talk To Me In Korean Workbook
This workbook is designed to be used in conjunction with the TTMIK Level 1
lessons, which are available for free at www.talktomeinkorean.com. Developed
by a certified teacher to help you review and retain what you’ve learned in
the TTMIK lessons, this workbook contains 6 main categories of review and
13 types of exercises:

Categories
1. Vocabulary review
2. Writing
3. Listening comprehension
4. Reading comprehension
5. Fill in the chart
6. Dictation

Types of Exercises
1. Matching
2. Fill in the blank
3. Multiple choice
4. Dictation
5. Draw a picture

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6. Translation (Korean <-> English)
7. Short answer
8. Define and translate
9. Conjugation
10. Write your own sentence
11. Q & A
12. Unscramble and write
13. Verbification

The “Dictation” category was designed to aid in the development of Korean listening skills. When you come across the “Dictation” category, you
will listen to an audio file of a word or phrase in Korean and write down
what you hear. The “Dictation” audio files are available for download in
MP3 format at www.talktomeinkorean.com/audio
Romanizations are provided, but we encourage you to refer to our “Quick
Guide to

한글 (Hangeul)” to help you learn how to read and write in 한글

(Hangeul). Only relying on romanizations hinders your learning and actually prevents you from becoming better at Korean. So, do yourself a favor
and learn

한글 (Hangeul) if you haven’t already.

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Quick Guide To 한글 (Hangeul)
The Korean alphabet is called 한글 (Hangeul), and there are 24 basic letters and digraphs in 한글.
*digraph: pair of characters used to make one sound (phoneme)

Of the letters, fourteen are consonants (자음), and five of them are doubled to form the five
tense consonants (쌍자음).

Consonants
Basic

ㄱ ㄴ ㄷ ㄹ ㅁ ㅂ ㅅ ㅇ ㅈ ㅊ ㅋ ㅌ ㅍ ㅎ
g/k

n

d/t

r/l

m

b/p

s

ng

j

ch

k

t

p

h

g/k

n

d/t

r/l

m

b/p

s/ɕ

ŋ

dʑ/tɕ

tɕʰ

k/kʰ

t/tʰ

p/pʰ

h

Tense

ㄲ

ㄸ

ㅃ ㅆ

ㅉ

kk

tt

pp

ss

jj

k’

t’

p’

s’

c’

When it comes to vowels (모음), there are 10 basic letters. 11 additional letters can be created
by combining certain basic letters to make a total of 21 vowels. Of the vowels, eight are single
pure vowels, also known as monophthongs (단모음), and 13 are diphthongs (이중모음), or two
vowel sounds joined into one syllable which creates one sound.
*When saying a monophthong, you are producing one pure vowel with no tongue movement.
*When saying a diphthong, you are producing one sound by saying two vowels. Therefore, your
tongue and mouth move quickly from one letter to another (glide or slide) to create a single
sound.

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Vowels
Monophthongs

ㅏ

ㅓ

ㅗ

ㅜ

ㅡ

ㅣ

ㅐ

ㅔ

a

eo

o

u

eu

i

ae

e

a/aː

ʌ/əː

o/oː

u/uː

ɨ/ɯː

i/iː

ɛ/ɛː

e/eː

ㅑ

ㅕ

ㅛ

ㅠ

ㅒ

ㅖ

ya

yeo

yo

yu

yae

ye

ja

jʌ

jo

ju

jɛ

je

ㅘ

ㅝ

ㅙ

ㅞ

wa

wo

wae

we

wa

wʌ/wəː

wɛ

we

Diphthongs

ㅚ

ㅟ

ㅢ

oe

wi

ui

we

wi

ɨi

* Please refer to the book “한글마스터(Hangeul Master)” for more information.

Writing 한글 letters
한글 is written top to bottom, left to right. For example:

By making sure you follow the stroke order rules, you will find that writing Korean is quite easy
and other people will be able to better read your handwriting.

Quick Guide to Hangeul

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Syllable Blocks
Each Korean syllable is written in a way that forms a block-like shape, with each letter inside
the block forming a sound/syllable.

In each syllable block, there is a:
1. * Beginning consonant
2. * Middle vowel
3. Optional final consonant
* Required in a syllable block. A block MUST
contain a minimum of two letters: 1 conso-

ㅊ

+

ㅣ
ㄱ

친 (chin)

+

ㄴ (ch+i+n)

+
+

ㅜ

구 (gu)

=

nant and 1 vowel.
= chin

(g+u) = gu

친구 ( c h i n g u )

= “friend”

Two of the most common ways to write consonant and vowel combinations in Korean are horizontally and vertically (the boxes drawn here are for illustrative purpose only).

Consonant

Vowel

→

→

By adding a final consonant (받침), the blocks are modified:
Consonant

Vowel

→

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There are also syllables which have two final consonants, such as:

->

넓, 없, 닭, 앉

*In all the syllable blocks, the letters are either compressed or stretched to keep the size relatively
the same as the other letters.

Vowels
Since the “minimum two letter” rule exists and one letter has to be a consonant and the other
has to be a vowel, what can you do when a vowel needs to be written in its own syllable block?
Add the consonant ㅇ[ng] in front of or on top of the vowel. When reading a vowel, such as 아,
the ㅇ makes no sound and you just pronounce the ㅏ [a].
*Vowels absolutely, cannot, under any circumstances be written by themselves!!

ㅏ

아

Okay! Now that you are equipped with a basic knowledge of 한글,
it’s time to do your part and start practicing!
Let’s get to it!

Quick Guide to Hangeul

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Lesson 1.
Hello, Thank you
안녕하세요, 감사합니다

Section I – Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language.

1.

존댓말

[jon-daen-mal]

2. 안녕

[an-nyeong]

3. 하세요
[ha-se-yo]

4. 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

5. 감사

[gam-sa]

6. 합니다

[ham-ni-da]

7. 감사합니다

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

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Section II – Writing practice
Saying the syllables and the words aloud as you write them in
the spaces below will help you learn faster!

[yo]

13. 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

14. 감

[gam]

15. 사
[sa]

14

_ _ _ _ _

12. 요

_ _ _ _ _

[se]

_

11. 세

_

[ha]

_ _ _ _ _

10. 하

_ _ _ _ _

[nyeong]

_ _ _ _ _

9. 녕

_ _ _ _ _

[an]

_ _ _ _ _

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[da]

19. 감사합니다
[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

_

18. 다

_

[ni]

_ _ _ _ _

17. 니

_ _ _ _ _

[hap]

_ _ _ _ _

16. 합

Section III - Comprehension
Fill-in-the-blank
20. If you want to greet people in the most common way in Korean, you would

say: “(

)”.

21. When you greet someone by saying, “(

)”, that

person will most likely respond by saying, “(

)” to

you in return.

22. In Korean, if you hear sentences that end in -요 or -니다, it is
[-yo]

(

Level 1 Lesson 1

[-ni-da]

), or polite/formal language.

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23. To thank someone in polite/formal Korean, you should say

“(

)”.

24. When you write 안녕하세요, you can write it with a (

) or a (

) at

the end. Either one is okay!

Section IV – Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file.
Repeat aloud what you hear, and then write
it down. Each word/phrase will be said twice.

25. Track 1:

You can download the mp3
audio files from:
www.talktomeinkorean.com/
workbookaudio

26. Track 2:

27. Track 3:

28. Track 4:

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Lesson 2.
Yes, No, What?
네. 아니요.

Section I – Vocabulary
Match each Korean word to its common English translation.

1.

커피

[keo-pi]

a. No.

2. 네.

b. Thank you.

3. 안녕하세요.

c. Yes.

4. 아니요.

d. What did you say?

5. 네?

e. Hello.

6. 맞아요.

f. Polite/formal language

7. 감사합니다.

g. That’s right.

8. 존댓말

h. Coffee

[ne]

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

[a-ni-yo]

[ne?]

[ma-ja-yo]

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

[jon-daen-mal]

Level 1 Lesson 2

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Section II – Comprehension
Fill-in-the-blank
9. The word (

) is a very versatile word and can mean many

things, such as “I see”, “Ah-ha”, “I got it”, “I understand”…etc.

10. By saying “(

)”, you are expressing your disa-

greement or denial to what the other person said.

11.

To clearly express that you are listening and not just nodding and pas-

sively listening, you would say “(

12. Both 네 and 아니요 are in (
[ne]

[a-ni-yo]

)”.

), or polite/formal

language.

Section III – Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
13. Track 5:

14. Track 6:

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15.

Track 7:

Section IV – Writing Practice

_

_

_

_

_

_ _

Level 1 Lesson 2

_

[jon-daen-mal]

_ _

20. 존댓말

_

[ne?]

_

19. 네?

_

[ma-ja-yo]

_

18. 맞아요

_

[ne]

_

17. 네

_ _

[a-ni-yo]

_

16. 아니요

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Lesson 3. Goodbye, See you
안녕히 가세요, 안녕히 계세요, 안녕

Section I - Vocabulary
Multiple choice. Circle the best answer.
1.

존댓말 means:

[jon-daen-mal]

a. Hello
b. Polite/formal language
c. Thank you
d. TTMIK is awesome!
2. “Go in peace” is the English translation for the greeting:
a. 맞아요
[ma-ja-yo]

b. 안녕히 가세요
[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo]

c. 안녕

[an-nyeong]

d. 아니요
[a-ni-yo]

3. What does 안녕 translate to in English?
[an-nyeong]

a. Television
b. Orange
c. Well-being; peace; health
d. Thank you

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4. 네 can be used to mean:
[ne]

a. Yes
b. That’s right/correct
c. I understand
d. All of the above
5. What is the Korean expression that you would use if you were the one leaving,
and the other person is staying?
a. 안녕

[an-nyeong]

b. 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

c. 안녕히 가세요
[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo]

d. 안녕히 계세요

[an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo]

Section II - Unscramble and Write

_

7. 니합감사다.
(ni-hap-gam-sa-da)

_
Level 1 Lesson 3

8. 요가녕히안세.

(yo-ga-nyeong-hi-an-se)

9. 세계요히녕안.

(se-gye-yo-hi-nyeong-an)

_

(yo-ha-nyeong-se-an)

_

6. 요하녕세안.

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Section III - Comprehension
Multiple choice. Circle the best answer.
10. When Koreans say 안녕하세요, 안녕히 계세요, and 안녕히 가세요, they
[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo] [an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo]

[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo]

don’t always pronounce every single letter clearly. Often you end up only
hearing:
a. 안녕

[an-nyeong]

b. 하

[ha]

c. 가요
[ga-yo]

d. 세요
[se-yo]

11. If you are leaving and the other person is staying, you are literally telling
the other person to “stay in peace” by saying:
a. 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

b. 안녕히 가세요
[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo]

c. 안녕히 계세요

[an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo]

d. 감사합니다

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

12. If both you and the other person are leaving at the same time, you would
say, “(

)” to each other:

a. 안녕히 계세요

[an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo]

b. 존댓말

[jeon-daen-mal]

c. 안녕히 가세요
[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo]

d. 감사합니다

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

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13. Who is more fun to listen to?
a. 현우

[hyeo-nu]

b. 경은

[gyeong-eun]

c. Both of them are equally fun
d. I don’t like either one of them!
14. If the Korean word for “go” is 가다, then (
[ga-da]

)

literally means “go in peace”.
a. 커피

[keo-pi]

b. 안녕히 가세요

[an-nyeong-hi-ga-se-yo]

c. 네

[ne]

d. 맞아요
[ma-ja-yo]

Section IV - Writing Practice

Level 1 Lesson 3

_

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

_

17. 안녕하세요

_

[an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo]

_

16. 안녕히 계세요

_

[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo]

_

15. 안녕히 가세요

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Section V - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
18. Track 8:

19. Track 9:

20. Track 10:

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Lesson 4
I’m sorry, Excuse Me
죄송합니다, 저기요

Section I – Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language.

1.

감사

[gam-sa]

2. 합니다

[ham-ni-da]

3. 죄송

[joe-song]

4. 죄송합니다

[joe-song-ham-ni-da]

5. 저기요
[jeo-gi-yo]

6. 잠깐만요

[jam-kkan-man-nyo]

7. 잠시만요

[jam-si-man-nyo]

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Section II - Comprehension

8. Why does 합니다 sound like it is pronounced “ham-ni-da”? Use the space
[ham-ni-da]

below to write your answer.

9. There are 2 basic situations in which 저기요 can be used. Write them below.
[jeo-gi-yo]

10. 죄송합니다 translates to “I’m sorry”. Can you also use it when you want to
[joe-song-ham-ni-da]

say “I am sorry to hear that”? Why or why not?

11. There are 3 ways to say “excuse me” when you want to pass through a
crowd. Write them below.

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12. When you want to get someone’s attention in order to talk to them by saying “excuse me” in Korean, you should say:
a. 죄송합니다

[joe-song-ham-ni-da]

b. 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

c. 저기요
[jeo-gi-yo]

d. 커피

[keo-pi]

Section III - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
13. Track 11:

14. Track 12:

15.

Track 13:

16. Track 14:

Level 1 Lesson 4

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Section IV - Draw!
17. Draw a picture or write a story/poem/song/
whatever you want in your native language that will
help you remember when to use 죄송합니다, 저기요,
[joe-song-ham-ni-da] [jeo-gi-yo]

잠깐만요, and 잠시만요.

[jam-kkan-man-nyo]

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[jam-si-man-nyo]

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Lesson 5.
It’s me, What is it?
-이에요/-예요

Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language.

1.

가방:

[ga-bang]:

2. 물:

[mul]:

3. 사무실:
[sa-mu-sil]:

4. 학교:

[hak-gyo]:

5. 저:
[jeo]:

6. 뭐:

[mwo]

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Section II - Translation and Writing Practice
Write the phrase in Korean on the given lines. Say the phrase
in Korean aloud as you write it!
7. It’s a bag.

___
8. What is it?

___
9. It’s me.

___
10. Is this water?

___
11. It’s an office.

___

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Section III - Comprehension

-이에요 v. -예요

Fill-in-the-blank

[-i-e-yo]

[-ye-yo]

12. If the last letter of the previous word ends in a consonant, you should use

“(

)”.

13. If the last letter of the previous word ends in a vowel, you should use

“(

)”.

14. Both of these endings have a similar role to that of the English verb

“(

)”.

True/False
15. 이에요 and 예요 have different meanings.
[i-e-yo]

[ye-yo]

16. 맞아요 means “Thank you”.
[ma-ja-yo]

17. If you mix up 이에요 and 예요, it’s not a big deal.
[i-e-yo]

[ye-yo]

18. I want to talk to 현우 in Korean, not 경은.
[hyeo-nu]

Level 1 Lesson 5

[gyeong-eun]

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19. When using 이에요 or 예요, you are using 존댓말, or
[i-e-yo]

[ye-yo]

[jon-daen-mal]

polite/formal language.

20. The Korean word for “coffee” is 물.

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
21.

Track 15:

22. Track 16:

23. Track 17:

24. Track 18:

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What is this?, This is....
이거, 이거 뭐예요?

Section I - Vocabulary
Match each Korean word to its common English translation.

1.

뭐

[mwo]

a. This (thing)

2. 책

b. Cell phone

3. 사전

c. What

4. 핸드폰

d. I, Me

5. 카메라

e. Book

6. 이거

f. Camera

7. 저

g. Dictionary

[chaek]

[sa-jeon]

[haen-deu-pon]

[ka-me-ra]

[i-geo]

[jeo]

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Match each picture with the corresponding word.

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8.

a. 책

9.

b. 물

10.

c. 카메라

11.

d. 핸드폰

12.

e. 사전

[chaek]

[mul]

[ka-me-ra]

[haen-deu-pon]

[sa-jeon]

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Write a short conversation between two people, one person asking
“What is this?” and the other giving an answer.

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
13. Track 19:

14. Track 20:

15.

Track 21:

16. Track 22:

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Lesson 7. 이, 저, 그, 거/것
This, That, It
Section I - Vocabulary
Match each Korean word to its best English translation.

1.

이것

[i-geot]

2. 그 사람

b. that thing over there

3. 저것

c. this person; this man here;
this lady here; he, she

4. 저 사람

d. this thing; this item; this one

5. 그것

e. the thing; the item; that one; it

6. 이 사람

f. that person over there; he;she

[geu sa-ram]

[jeo-geot]

[jeo sa-ram]

[geu-geot]

[i sa-ram]

Section II – Comprehension
Fill-in-the-blank
7.

a. the person; that person; he; she

이 or 저 or 그
[i]

[jeo]

Generally, when you are referring to something farther away from you and

closer to the other person you are talking to, you use the word “(

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8. Generally, when you are referring to something near yourself , you use the

word “(

)”.

9. Generally, when you are referring to something far away from both you and

the other person you are talking with, you use the word “(

)”.

Section III - Writing
Translate each word/phrase to Korean.
10. that cell phone over there

11.

the camera

12. this book

13. this bag

=

=

=

=

14. that school over there

15. the office

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Lesson 8. 아니에요
It’s NOT me
Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English, then write it in your preferred
language (if not English).
1.

우유:
[u-yu]

2. 물:
[mul]

3. 고양이:
[go-yang-i]

4. 학생:

[hak-saeng]

5. 모자:
[mo-ja]

6. 것/거:
[geot/geo]

7. 아니에요:
[a-ni-e-yo]

8. 이:
[i]

9. 그:
[geu]

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10. 저:
[jeo]

Section II - Translation practice
Translate each word/phrase to Korean.
11.

Hello.

=

12. That (over there) is not a cat.

13. Thank you.

=

=

14. This is not coffee.

=

15. Yes, I am a student.

=

16. Goodbye! (to the person leaving)

17. What is this?

=

18. No. This is an office.

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19. It is not a cell phone.

=

20. Yes, that’s right. This is milk. =

Section III - Comprehension
21. How do you say “it’s not me” in Korean?
a. 우유 아니에요.
[u-yo a-ni-e-yo.]

b. 감사합니다.
[gam-sa-hap-ni-da.]

c. 물이에요.
[mu-ri-e-yo.]

d. 저 아니에요.
[jeo a-ni-e-yo.]

22. If you are having a conversation with someone, and they ask, “ 이거 모자예
요?”, while pointing to something near to them, pick one of the following re-

sponses that correctly answers the question:
a. 저거 모자 아니에요.
[jeo-geo mo-ja a-ni-e-yo.]

b. 이거 모자 아니에요.
[i-geo mo-ja a-ni-e-yo.]

c. 그거 모자 아니에요.
[geu-geo mo-ja a-ni-e-yo.]

d. 뭐?!

[mwo?!]

23. What is the Korean word for “milk”?
a. 물

c. 커피

b. 우유

d. 고양이

[mul]

[u-yu]

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24. The structure of Korean sentences is a bit different in English. For
example, in English you would say “this is not a book”, but if you were to say,
“이거 책 아니에요” in Korean, the literal (word for word) English translation
would be:
a. This book not is.
b. Not is this book.
c. This is not book.
d. Book is not this.

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
25. Track 23:

26. Track 24:

27. Track 25_ver2:

28. Track 26:

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Lesson 9. Topic and Subject
Marking Particles

-은/는, -이/가

Section I - Vocabulary
1.

내일 translates to what English word?
[nae-il]

a. Today
b. Yesterday
c. Tomorrow
d. Forever alone
2. What is the Korean word for “bag”?
a. 우유
[u-yu]

b. 고양이
[go-yang-i]

c. 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

d. 가방

[ga-bang]

3. 사과 is (
[sa-gwa]

) in English.

a. Apple
b. Pear
c. Pineapple
d. Rambutan

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4. “Orange juice” is ___________ in Korean.
a. 경은

[gyeong-eun]

b. 커피

[keo-pi]

c. 오렌지 주스
[o-ren-ji ju-seu]

d. 물

[mul]

5. The Korean word for “today” is:
a. 저기요
[jeo-gi-yo]

b. 날씨

[nal-ssi]

c. 뭐?!

[mwo?!]

d. 오늘

[o-neul]

6. 날씨 translates to what English word?
[nal-ssi]

a. Weather
b. Today
c. Tomorrow
d. Coffee
7. What is the Korean word for “It’s good” or “I like it”?
a. 학교

[hak-gyo]

b. 감사합니다

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

c. 좋아요
[jo-a-yo]

d. 고양이
[go-yang-i]

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8. 학교 is (
[hak-gyo]

) in English.

a. “It’s good”/”I like it”
b. School
c. Orange juice
d. Bag

Section II - Writing practice
Write the following words with the correct topic/subject marking
particles.

9. 저 (은/는):
[jeo]

10. 오렌지 주스 (은/는):
[o-ren-ji ju-seu]

11. 내일 (은/는):
[nae-il]

12. 가방 (은/는):
[ga-bang]

13. 물 (이/가):
[mul]

14. 학교 (이/가):
[hak-gyo]

15. 고양이 (이/가):
[go-yang-i]

16. 사무실 (이/가):
[sa-mu-sil]

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Section III - Comprehension
Complete the translation by just adding topic/subject marking particles to an
appropriate place in the given sentences.
*The weather is good today. = 오늘 날씨 좋네요.
[o-neul nal-ssi jot-ne-yo.]

*This book is good. = 이 책 좋아요.
[i chaek jo-a-yo.]

17. The weather hasn’t been so good lately, but TODAY, it’s good.

=

18. Today, not necessarily everything else, but at least the weather is good.

=

19. The other books are not good, and I don’t care about the other books. At
least this book is good.

=

20. No other [book] besides this book is good. Someone might have asked me
which book is good, and I want to say this one is good compared to other books.

=

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Lesson 10.
있어요, 없어요
have, don’t have,
there is, there isn’t
Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language!
1.

친구:
[chin-gu]

2. 시간:
[si-gan]

3. 재미:
[jae-mi]

4. 물:
[mul]

5. 없다:
[eop-da]

6. 있다:
[it-da]

Section II - Comprehension
In Korean, please provide short answers to the following questions.
7. 친구 있어요?
[chin-gu i-sseo-yo?]

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8. Is TTMIK fun?

9. If you want to imply that you have other things, but TIME is not something
you have, you can say:

10. If someone asks you “What is it that you don’t have?” and you want to say
that time is what you don’t have, you can say:

11. Translate this sentence into Korean: “As for friends, I don’t have any.”

Use English and your preferred language to answer the following questions:
12. What is the difference between “-이에요” and “있어요”?
[-i-e-yo]

[i-sseo-yo]

13. What is the difference between “아니에요” and “없어요”?
[a-ni-e-yo]

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Section III - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
14. Track 27:

15.

Track 28:

16. Track 29:

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Lesson 11.
Please give me. 주세요.
Section I - Vocabulary
Match each Korean word to its best English translation.

1.

밥

[bap]

2. 햄버거

b. orange

3. 아이스크림

c. glove

4. 사과

d. time

5. 돈

e. beer

6. 커피

f. steamed rice; food; meal

7. 시간

g. hamburger

8. 오렌지

h. coffee

9. 맥주

i. money

10. 장갑

j. apple

[haem-beo-geo]

[a-i-seu-keu-rim]

[sa-gwa]

[don]

[keo-pi]

[si-gan]

[o-ren-ji]

[maek-ju]

[jang-gap]

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있어요/없어요/주세요

Fill-in-the-blank
11.

a. 가방 있어요?
[ga-bang i-sseo-yo?]

b. 아니요. 가방 (
[a-ni-yo. ga-bang (

).

).]

12. a. 시간 있어요?
[si-gan i-sseo-yo?]

b. 네. 시간 (
[ne. si-gan (

).

).]

13. a. 안녕하세요. 우유 있어요?
[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo] [u-yu i-sseo-yo?]

b. 아니요. 우유 (
[a-ni-yo. u-yu (

).

).]

a. 물 있어요?
[mul i-sseo-yo?]

b. 네. 물 있어요.
[ne. mul i-sseo-yo.]

a. 물 (
[mul (

).]

).

14. Write what you would say if you wanted to get the waiter’s attention and
order a coffee.
(

)

15. Ask a shop attendant if he/she has any oranges.
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Section III - Comprehension
16. How can you make a sentence into a question when you are speaking?
a. By raising the tone at the end of the sentence.
b. By screaming at the top of your lungs like a fangirl.
c. By whispering.
d. By speaking while your mouth is full of food.
17. Is there a strict distinction between plural and singular nouns in Korean?
a. Yes
b. No
c. I don’t know
d. 경은 is really pretty!
[gyeong-eun]

18. It is important to remember that in English, when you ask someone to give
you something like juice, the sentence is said as, “Please give me an orange
juice.” In Korean, it’s said as “오렌지 주스 주세요”, which literally means
[o-ren-ji ju-seu ju-se-yo]

(

).
a. Orange juice
b. Orange juice please give me
c. Please give me orange juice
d. Orange give juice me please

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19. 주세요 comes from the Korean verb (

).

[ju-se-yo]

a. 가다
[ga-da]

b. 하다

[ha-da]

c. 주다
[ju-da]

d. 나다
[na-da]

20. 주다 literally means (
[ju-da]

).

a. To give
b. To do
c. To go
d. Peace and well-being
21. Literally, 주세요 means (
[ju-se-yo]

).

a. Goodbye
b. Hyunwoo is really awesome.
c. Hello
d. Please give
22. 주세요 is in (
[ju-se-yo]

), or polite/formal language, regardless

of to whom it is said or who says it.
a. 감사합니다

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

b. 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

c. 안녕히 가세요
[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo]

d. 존댓말

[jon-daen-mal]

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23. 주세요 can be used in which of the following situations:
[ju-se-yo]

a. When you ask someone to hand something over to you
b. When you are ordering something at a restaurant
c. When you are asking for an item in a shop
d. When attached to a verb in order to ask someone to do something for you
e. All of the above

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
24. Track 30:

25. Track 31:

26. Track 32:

27. Track 33:

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Lesson 12. it’s delicious, it tastes
awful, thank you for the food
맛있어요, 맛없어요, 잘 먹겠습니다,
잘 먹었습니다

Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language!
1.

김밥

[gim-bap]

2. 맛

[mat]

3. 잘

[jal]

4. 케이크
[ke-i-keu]

5. 뭐;무엇

[mwo; mu-eot]

6. 굴

[gul]

7. 치킨

[chi-kin]

8. 삼겹살

[sam-gyeop-sal]

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Section II - Writing practice
9. 잘 먹겠습니다. - I will eat well.
[jal meok-ge-sseum-ni-da]

___
10. 맛있어요. - It’s delicious.
[ma-si-sseo-yo]

___
11. 맛없어요. - It tastes awful.
[ma-deop-sseo-yo]

___
12. 잘 먹었습니다. - I have eaten well.
[jal meo-geo-sseum-ni-da]

___
13. 잘 먹을게. - Thank you for treating me.
[jal meo-geul-kke]

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Section III - Comprehension
True/False - If the statement is false, correct the underlined word or phrase
to make it true.

14. Once you have finished a meal, and you want to thank someone for the

meal, you can use the expression 잘 먹겠습니다.

[jal meok-ge-sseum-ni-da]

>>
15. If you want to thank your friend for treating you to a meal before you eat,

you would use the expression 잘 먹을게!

[jal meo-geul-kke]

>>
16. 잘 means “taste” in Korean.
[jal]

>>
17. If you want to say “This cake is delicious” in Korean, you would say

“김치 주세요.”
[gim-chi ju-se-yo]

>>
18. 맛있어요 is pronounced “mat-i-sseo-yo.”

>>

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19. “I am going to eat well” or “I will eat well” is 잘 먹겠습니다 in Korean.
[jal meok-ge-sseum-ni-da]

>>
20. If something does not taste good, is not tasty, or it simply tastes awful,

you can say “맛없어요.”
[ma-deop-sseo-yo]

>>

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
21.

Track 34:

22. Track 35:

23. Track 36:

24. Track 37:

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Lesson 13.
I want to...

-고 싶어요

Section I - Vocabulary
Match each Korean word to its most common English translation.

가다

a. Money

2. 보다

b. To eat

3. 먹다

c. Thinly sliced raw fish

4. 햄버거

d. More

5. 회

e. To go

6. 돈

f. Hamburger

7. 더

g. To see

1.

[ga-da]

[bo-da]

[meok-da]

[haem-beo-geo]

[hoe]

[don]

[deo]

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Section II - Writing
Translate each word/phrase to Korean
8. I want to eat.

9. I want to go.

=

=

10. I want to see/look/watch.

It’s delicious.

=

12. I will eat well.

=

11.

13. Please give me more.

=

14. I want to eat more!

=

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Fill-in-the-blank
15. 보고 싶어요 has 2 meanings. One literally means “I want to see”, and the
[bo-go si-peo-yo]

other means “(

)” in English.

16. To change a verb into the -고 싶어요 form, you just drop the (

)

[-go si-peo-yo]

(the last letter in all Korean verbs in the infinitive form) and add -고 싶어요.
[-go si-peo-yo]

17. In English, you would say “I want to eat more”, but in Korean, you literally

are saying “More eat want” when you use the phrase (

).

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
18. Track 38:

19. Track 39:

20. Track 40:

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Lesson 14.
What do you want to do?
뭐 하고 싶어요?

Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language!
1.

하다

[ha-da]

2. 보다

[bo-da]

3. 먹다

[meok-da]

4. 사다
[sa-da]

5. 마시다
[ma-si-da]

6. 뭐

[mwo]

7. 텔레비전
[tel-le-bi-jeon]

8. 읽다
[ik-da]

9. 자다
[ja-da]

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10. 놀다

[nol-da]

11. 쉬다

[swi-da]

12. 일하다
[i-ra-da]

Section II - Comprehension
Answer the following questions by using the prompts in parenthesis in your
response, then translate each sentence to English and your preferred language
(if not English).
Ex.
가방 사고 싶어요? (네)
[ga-bang sa-go si-peo-yo?]

[ne]

Answer : 네. 가방 사고 싶어요. = Yes, I want to buy a bag.
13. 텔레비전 보고 싶어요? (네)
[tel-le-bi-jeon bo-go si-peo-yo?]

[ne]

Answer :
14. 이거 뭐예요? (모자)
[i-geo mwo-ye-yo?]

[mo-ja]

Answer :
15. 뭐 하고 싶어요? (케이크, 먹다)
[mwo ha-go si-peo-yo?]

[ke-i-keu]

[meok-da]

Answer :

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16. 뭐 보고 싶어요? (뉴스)
[mwo bo-go si-peo-yo?]

[nyu-seu]

Answer :
17. 더 마시고 싶어요? (네)
[deo ma-si-go si-peo-yo?]

[ne]

Answer :
18. 뭐 하고 싶어요? (놀다)
[mwo ha-go si-peo-yo?]

[nol-da]

Answer :

Section III - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
19. Track 41:

20. Track 42:

21.

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일, 이, 삼, 사...
Sino-Korean Numbers
Section I - Vocabulary
Match each Korean number to its corresponding digit.
1.

a. 100

팔

[pal]

2. 오

b. 1

3. 일

c. 2

[o]

[il]

4. 륙 or 육

d. 3

5. 구

e. 4

6. 삼

f. 1,000

7. 이

g. 5

8. 사

h. 6

9. 십

i. 7

10. 칠

j. 8

11. 백

k. 9

12. 천

l. 10

[ryuk]

[yuk]

[gu]

[sam]

[i]

[sa]

[sip]

[chil]

[baek]

[cheon]

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Section II - Writing
Write out each number using Sino-Korean numbers. Saying the
numbers aloud in Korean will make it easier to remember!
Ex.

14. 98:

15.

67:

16. 11:

17.

24:

18.

100:

19.

574:

20. 343:

66

_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_

13. 54:

칠십오

[chil-ssi-bo]

21.

999:

22. 123:

23. 1000:

24. 4392:

25. 6815:

26. 9999:

27. 7829:

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_
_
_
_
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Section III - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Each number is a SinoKorean number and will be said twice. Please write your answer
as an Arabic numeral (1,2,3,4,5...etc.)
28. Track 44:

29. Track 45:

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Lesson 16.
Basic Present Tense
-아요, -어요, -여요

Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language!
1.

가다
[ga-da]

2. 먹다

[meok-da]

3. 자다
[ja-da]

4. 때리다
[ttae-ri-da]

5. 웃다
[ut-da]

6. 놀다

[nol-da]

7. 보이다
[bo-i-da]

8. 일하다
[i-ra-da]

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9. 사무실
[sa-mu-sil]

10. 돈

[don]

Section II - Comprehension
Fill-in-the-blank
If the verb stem’s last vowel is (

11.

) or (

12. Only one verb stem, which is (

13. 하다 becomes (

), it is followed by 아요.
[a-yo]

), is followed by 여요.

[yeo-yo]

) in the present tense, and it means “I do”, “you

[ha-da]

do”, “he does”, or “they do”.

14. If the verb stem’s last vowel is NOT (

) or (

), it is followed by

어요.
[eo-yo]

15. Over time, 하 + 여요 became (
[ha]

[yeo-yo]

).

16. 봐요 used to be written and pronounced as (
[bwa-yo]

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17. -아요, -어요, and -여요 are in (
[-a-yo]

[-eo-yo]

[-yeo-yo]

), or polite/formal language.

Section III - Writing
Turn these infinitive verbs (verbs that are in dictionary form) into present-tense
form.

18. 놀다

->

19. 웃다

->

[nol-da]

[ut-da]

20. 없다 (to not exist)

->

[eop-da]

21. 오다 (to come)

->

[o-da]

22. 받다 (to receive)

->

[bat-da]

23. 살다 (to live)

->

[sal-da]

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Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
24. Track 47:

25. Track 48:

26. Track 49:

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Lesson 17.
Past Tense

-았/었/였어요

Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language!
1.

멋있다

[meo-sit-da]

2. 이상하다
[i-sang-ha-da]

3. 기다리다
[gi-da-ri-da]

4. 쓰다

[sseu-da]

5. 놀다

[nol-da]

6. 팔다

[pal-da]

7. 먹다

[meok-da]

8. 하다
[ha-da]

9. 적다

[jeok-da]

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10. 오다
[o-da]

11. 사다
[sa-da]

Section II - Fill in the chart
Fill in the chart with the verbs in 존댓말.

[jon-daen-mal]

Infinitive
(Dictionary Form)
Ex. 가다

[ga-da]

Present Tense

Past Tense

가요

갔어요

12. 잡다

[jap-da]

13. 먹다

[meok-da]

14. 팔다

[pal-da]

15. 쓰다

[sseu-da]

16. 기다리다
[gi-da-ri-da]

17. 이상하다
[i-sang-ha-da]

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18. 놀다

[nol-da]

19. 하다
[ha-da]

20. 사다
[sa-da]

21. 오다
[o-da]

22. 멋있다

[meo-sit-da]

Section III - Comprehension
True/False - If the statement is false, correct the underlined word or phrase
to make it true.
23. You drop the verb stem from any verb in the infinitive (dictionary) form

and add 았어요 or 였어요.
[a-sseo-yo]

[yeo-sseo-yo]

>>

24. Verb stems ending with vowels ㅗ or ㅏ are followed by 아요 in the present
[o]

tense, and 았어요 in the past tense.

[a]

[a-yo]

[a-sseo-yo]

>>

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25. The verb 하다 is followed by 았어요 in the past tense.
[ha-da]

[a-sseo-yo]

>>

26. 샀어요 translates to “I ate/you ate/he ate/they ate/she ate..etc”.
[sa-sseo-yo]

>>

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
27. Track 50:

28. Track 51:

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Lesson 18.
Location Marking Particles
에, 에서

Section I - Vocabulary
1.

The Korean word for “where” is:
a. 이
b. 가
c. 어디
d. 는

2. -에 means:
a. I want to go somewhere.
b. At, to
c. Person
d. Hyunwoo still does not have friends.
3. This particle is used to make a location, a time, a situation, and many other
things.
a. -이
b. -가
c. -은
d. -에

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4. The English translation for 가다 is:
[ga-da]

a. To go
b. To sleep
c. School
d. To write
5. -에서 expresses:
[-e-seo]

a. The topic of a sentence
b. A location where an action is taking place
c. The meaning of “from” a place
d. Both b and c.
6. How do you say “now” in Korean?
a. 학교

[hak-gyo]

b. 지금

[ji-geum]

c. 어디에 있어요?
[eo-di-e i-sseo-yo?]

d. None of the above
7. The Korean word for “office” is:
a. 가방

[ga-bang]

b. 돈

[don]

c. 사무실
[sa-mu-sil]

d. 집

[jip]

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8. 집 means:
[jip]

a. Office
b. School
c. Work
d. Home

Section II -Writing
Use either 에 or 에서 to fill in the blanks. Then translate each sentence to
English and your preferred language.

에 or 에서
[e]

9. 어디(

) 가고 싶어요?

[eo-di-(

10. 집(
[jip-(

) ga-go si-peo-yo?]

) ga-yo.]

11. 사무실(
[sa-mu-sil-(

[ji-geum eo-di-(

13. 오늘 학교(
[o-neul hak-gyo-(

78

=

=

) 가요.

) 일해요.

) il-rae-yo.]

12. 지금 어디(

[e-seo]

=

) 있어요?

) i-sseo-yo?]

=

) 친구 봤어요.

) chin-gu bwa-sseo-yo.]

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Based on the conversation below, answer questions 14-17.
A: 어디 가요?
[eo-di ga-yo?]

B: 학교에 가요.
[hak-gyo-e ga-yo.]

A: 학교에서 뭐 해요?
[hak-gyo-e-seo mwo hae-yo?]

B: 책을 읽어요.
[chae-geul il-geo-yo.]

A: 현우 씨도 학교 가요?
[hyeo-nu ssi-do hak-gyo ga-yo?]

B: 아니요. 현우 씨는 사무실에 가요.
[a-ni-yo. hyeo-nu ssi-neun sa-mu-si-re ga-yo.]

14. Where is Person B going?

15. What will Person B do?

16. Person A asks if Hyunwoo is going to (

17. Hyunwoo is actually going to (

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Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
18. Track 53:

19. Track 54:

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Lesson 19. When
언제

Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language!
1.

도착하다
[do-cha-ka-da]

2. 일어나다
[i-reo-na-da]

3. 오늘

[o-neul]

4. 어제
[eo-je]

5. 내일
[nae-il]

6. 지금

[ji-geum]

7. 아까
[a-kka]

8. 나중에
[na-jung-e]

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Section II - Comprehension
Fill-in-the-blank
9. Unlike (

), to which you have to add location marking parti-

cles to specify, 언제 can be used on its own.
[eon-je]

10. (

) means “when”, while 어제 means “(
[eo-je]

).”

Section III - Writing
Write a simple sentence in the past tense using 언제 and the prompt in pa[eon-je]
renthesis.
11.

(가다)
[ga-da]

12. (사다)
[sa-da]

13. (도착하다)
[do-cha-ka-da]

14. (일하다)
[i-ra-da]

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Write a simple sentence in the present tense using 언제 and the prompt in
[eon-je]
parenthesis.
15. (일하다)
[i-ra-da]

16. (일어나다)
[i-reo-na-da]

17. (학교에 가다)
[hak-gyo-e ga-da]

Answer the following questions in Korean by using any word found in Section I.
18. 언제 사무실에 왔어요?
[eon-je sa-mu-si-re wa-sseo-yo?]

19. 언제 일해요?
[eon-je i-rae-yo?]

20. 언제 학교에 도착했어요?
[eon-je hak-gyo-e do-cha-kae-sseo-yo?]

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Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
21.

Track 56:

22. Track 57:

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Native Korean Numbers
Section I - Vocabulary
Match each Korean number to its corresponding digit.

1.

예순넷

[ye-sun-net]

a. 47

2. 일흔다섯

b. 1001

3. 하나

c. 56

4. 열아홉

d. 64

5. 이백다섯

e. 83

6. 스물둘

f. 95

7. 쉰여섯

g. 205

8. 천하나

h. 18

9. 여든셋

i. 75

10. 아흔다섯

j. 1

11.

k. 19

[i-reun-da-seot]

[ha-na]

[yeo-ra-hop]

[i-baek-da-seot]

[seu-mul-dul]

[swin-nyeo-seot]

[cheo-na-na]

[yeo-deun-set]

[a-heun-da-seot]

열여덟

[yeol-lyeo-deol]

12. 마흔일곱

[ma-heu-nil-gop]

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Section II - Comprehension
Fill in the chart with the appropriate Korean number
Arabic numeral

Sino-Korean Number

Native Korean Number

Ex. 2

이

둘

1.

33

2. 100
3. 80
4. 96
5. 71
6. 20
7. 92
8. 68
9. 11
10. 44
11. 1004

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Section III - Let’s Count!
Write your answers to the questions using Native Korean numbers.

12. How many 사람 are in this photo?
[sa-ram]

13. How many dishes are in this photo?

14. How many 강아지(puppy) are in this photo?
[gang-a-ji]

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Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Each number is a SinoKorean number and will be said twice. Please write your answer
as an Arabic numeral (1,2,3,4,5...etc.)
15. Track 58:

16. Track 59:

17. Track 60:

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안, -지 않다
Lesson 21.
Negative Sentences

Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word in English. Then write it in your preferred
language!
1.

버리다
[beo-ri-da]

2. 맵다

[maep-da]

3. 먹다

[meok-da]

4. 배고프다

[bae-go-peu-da]

5. 가다
[ga-da]

6. 아프다
[a-peu-da]

7. 집

[jip]

8. 아직
[a-jik]

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Section II - Comprehension
Answer the following questions.
9. There are two ways to make negative sentences in Korean. Which method is
commonly used in more formal situations, but not always?

10. Of the two ways to make negative sentences in Korean, which method is
commonly used in everyday situations and to friends?

Answer the following questions by using a negative sentence structure.
Ex.
학교에 가요?
[hak-gyo-e ga-yo?]

아니요, 학교에 안 가요.
[a-ni-yo, hak-gyo-e an ga-yo.]

11. 김밥이 매워요?
[kim-ba-bi mae-wo-yo?]

12. 케이크 먹었어요?
[ke-i-keu meo-geo-sseo-yo?]

13. 집에 가요?
[ji-be ga-yo?]

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14. 그거 버렸어요?

[geu-geo beo-ryeo-sseo-yo?]

15. 아파요?
[a-pa-yo?]

Section III - Fill in the chart
Verbs in 존댓말.

[jon-daen-mal]

Infinitive
(dictionary form)

Ex. 가다
[ga-da]

Negative form
in present tense

Negative from
in present tense

(simple and more colloquial)

(relatively formal)

안 가요

가지 않아요

16. 마시다
[ma-si-da]

17. 먹다

[meok-da]

18. 버리다
[beo-ri-da]

19. 아프다
[a-peu-da]

20. 일어나다
[i-reo-na-da]

21. 자다
[ja-da]

22. 놀다
[nol-da]

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23. 하다

[ha-da]

24. 사다

[sa-da]

25. 보다
[bo-da]

26. 멋있다

[meo-sit-da]

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
27. Track 61:

28. Track 62:

29. Track 63:

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Lesson 22.
Verbs 하다

Section I - Vocabulary
Write the translation/definition in English. Then write it in your preferred
language.
1.

공부

[gong-bu]

2. 일
[il]

3. 기억

[gi-eok]

4. 청소

[cheong-so]

5. 요리
[yo-ri]

6. 이사
[i-sa]

7. 노래

[no-rae]

8. 노력

[no-ryeok]

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9. 동의

[dong-ui]

10. 인정

[in-jeong]

11. 후회

[hu-hoe]

12. 운동

[un-dong]

13. 사랑

[sa-rang]

14. 말

[mal]

15. 생각

[saeng-gak]

Section II - Comprehension
Turn the nouns from the Vocabulary section into 하다 verbs and write the defi[ha-da]
nition.
1a.
2a.

3a.

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4a.

5a.

6a.

7a.

8a.

9a.

10a.

11a.

12a.

13a.

14a.

15a.

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Section III - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
16. Track 64:

17. Track 65:

18. Track 66:

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Lesson 23.
Who?

누구?

Section I - Vocabulary
Please define/translate each word or phrase in English. Then write it in your
preferred language!
1.

똑똑똑

[ttok-ttok-ttok]

2. 누구

[nu-gu]

3. 여보세요?
[yeo-bo-se-yo?]

4. 치즈

[chi-jeu]

5. 사다
[sa-da]

6. 오다
[o-da]

7. 팔다

[pal-da]

8. 옮기다
[om-gi-da]

9. 전화하다

[jeo-nwa-ha-da]

10. 만들다

[man-deul-da]

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Section II - Unscramble and Write
11. 했어가요누?
[hae-sseo-ga-yo-nu]

_
12. 요구예누?
[yo-gu-ye-nu]

_

13. 가전했어누화요?

[ga-jeon-hae-sseo-nu-hwa-yo]

_
Section III - Comprehension
True/False
14. Saying “누구세요?” when you answer the phone is kind of rude in Korean,
[nu-gu-se-yo?]

but it is perfectly appropriate when you answer the door.

15. When you are saying “who” as the subject of an action in Korean, such as in

“Who took my money?,” you do not need a subject marker, you only need to use
누구.
[nu-gu]

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16. “누구” isn’t pronounced in Korean like the way you would say it in English,
[nu-gu]

rather you must put your tongue between your teeth like “th”, but vocalize the
“n” sound.

Complete the scenario
Using the prompts, fill in the blanks with the appropriate phrase for that situation.
17. Someone knocks on the door of your office, and your co-worker goes out to

see who it is. After talking to that person for a while, your co-worker comes
back to the office alone. What can you say to your co-worker to find out who the
person was who knocked on the door?
(

)?

18. Answering the door :

A: *똑똑똑*

[*ttok-ttok-ttok*]

B: (

)?

A: 저는 현우예요.

[jeo-neun hyeo-nu-ye-yo]

19. A friend has given you a handmade gift, but you want to know who made it,

so you ask :
* (만들다) (
[man-deul-da]

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Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
20. Track 67:

21.

Track 68:

22. Track 69:

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Lesson 24.
Why? How?

왜? 어떻게?

Section I - Vocabulary
Match each Korean word to its most common English translation.

1.

뭐

[mwo]

2. 어디

b. when

3. 언제

c. where

4. 찾다

d. to make a telephone call

5. 오다

e. often; frequently

6. 전화하다

f. to be big

7. 내다

g. what

8. 자주

h. to look/search for; to find

9. 크다

i. to pay

[eo-di]

[eon-je]

[chat-da]

[o-da]

[jeo-nwa-ha-da]

[nae-da]

[ja-ju]

[keu-da]

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10. 무겁다

j. how

11. 의문사

k. how much + adj./adv.

12. 누구

l. who

13. 얼마

m. why

14. 왜

n. how much (money)

15. 어떻게

o. interrogatives

16. 얼마나

p. to be heavy

[mu-geop-da]

[ui-mun-sa]

[nu-gu]

[eol-ma]

[wae]

[eo-tteo-ke]

[eol-ma-na]

Section II - Translation Practice
Translate the following English sentences to Korean.

=

17.

How did you find this?

18.

Why didn’t you come yesterday?

19.

How much did you pay?

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20. How often do you come here?

21.

Why is this heavy?

=

=

Section III - Reading Comprehension
Read each conversation and answer each question in English, and/or your preferred language.
Conversation 1
A: 저기요. 그거 얼마였어요?
[jeo-gi-yo. geu-geo eol-ma-yeo-sseo-yo?]

B: 이 가방이요? 12,000원이었어요. 왜요?
[i ga-bang-i-yo? ma-ni-cheo-nwo-ni-eo-sseo-yo. wae-yo?]

A: 너무 귀여워요!

[neo-mu gwi-yeo-wo-yo!]

22. How much did Person B pay for the bag?

23. Why does Person A want to know how much the bag is?

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Conversation 2
경은: 현우 씨, 왜 전화했어요?

[hyeo-noo ssi, wae jeo-nwa-hae-sseo-yo?]

현우: 어디 갔다 왔어요? 기다렸어요.
[eo-di gat-da wa-sseo-yo? gi-da-ryeo-sseo-yo.]

경은: 사무실 갔다 왔어요.
[sa-mu-sil gat-da wa-sseo-yo.]

24. Why did 현우 call 경은?
[hyeo-nu]

[gyeong-eun]

25. Where has 경은 been?
[gyeong-eun]

Section IV - Dictation
Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
26. Track 70:

27. Track 71:

28. Track 72:

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-에서/부터 -까지
Lesson 25.
From A To B, From C Until D

Section I - Vocabulary
1.

“Seoul” is spelled (

) in Hangeul.

a. 소울
[so-ul]

b. 제주도
[je-ju-do]

c. 서울

[seo-ul]

d. 솔

[sol]

2. The Korean word for “morning” is:
a. 밤

[bam]

b. 아침

[a-chim]

c. 전화

[jeo-nwa]

d. 머리

[meo-ri]

3. “부산” translates to (

) in English:

a. Seoul
b. Busan
c. Daeju
d. Jeju Island

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4. Which of the following is the Korean word for “head”?
a. 머리

[meo-ri]

b. 발

[bal]

c. 허리

[heo-ri]

d. 발끝

[bal-kkeut]

5. The word for “now” in Korean is...
a. 내일
[nae-il]

b. 언제

[eon-je]

c. 여기

[yeo-gi]

d. 지금

[ji-geum]

6. “저녁” in Korean means (
[jeo-nyeok]

) in English.

a. Morning
b. Afternoon
c. Evening
d. Night

Section II - Comprehension
Fill-in-the-blank
7. Generally you use -에서 when talking about (
[-e-seo]

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8. -부터 is most associated with (
[-bu-teo]

9. -까지 has the meaning of (
[-kka-ji]

).

).

All statements are false. Correct the underlined word or phrase to make the
statement correct.
10. “-에서” and “-부터” are never interchangeable.
[-e-seo]

[-bu-teo]

>>

11.

“-에서” and “-부터” mean “to” or “until.”
[-e-seo]

[-bu-teo]

>>

12. 아침에서 저녁까지
[a-chi-me-seo jeo-nyeok-kka-ji]

>>

13. 지금에서

[ji-geu-me-seo]

>>

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Write the following sentences in Korean
14. From home to the office

=

15. From now until tomorrow

=

16. Until when?

=

17. From what time to what time

18. I came from Busan.

=

=

19. From Sweden to Seoul, it is 7,429 kilometers. *Sweden = 스웨덴

=

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Listen to the corresponding MP3 file. Repeat aloud what you
hear, and then write it down. Each word/phrase will be said
twice.
20. Track 73:

21.

Track 74:

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Workbook
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Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Section I – Vocabulary

Section I - Vocabulary

1. Polite/formal language

1. h

2. Well-being; peace; health

2. c

3. you do...?; do you...?; please do...

3. e

4. Hello/Hi/How are you?/Good afternoon/

4. a

Good evening...etc.

5. d

5. Appreciation; thankfulness; gratefulness

6. g

6. I do...; I am doing...

7. b

7. Thank you/I am grateful/I am thankful/ I ap-

8. f

preciate it.
Section II - Comprehension
Section II - Writing practice

9. 네

[ne]

N/A

10. 아니요
[a-ni-yo]

Section III - Comprehension
20. 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

21. 안녕하세요 / 안녕하세요

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo] / [an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

22. 존댓말

[jon-daen-mal]

23. 감사합니다

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

24. Period (.)/question mark (?)

11. 네, 맞아요
[ne, ma-ja-yo]

12. 존댓말

[jon-daen-mal]

Section III - Dictation
13. 아니요.
[a-ni-yo.]

14. 네, 맞아요.
[ne, ma-ja-yo.]

15. 네?
[ne?]

Section IV - Dictation
25. 안녕하세요
[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]

Section IV - Writing Practice
N/A

26. 존댓말
[jon-daen-mal]

27. 감사합니다
[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

28. 안녕
[an-nyeong]

Lesson 3
Section I - Vocabulary
1. b
2. b

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2. I do; I am doing

4. d

3. apology; being sorry; feeling ashamed

5. d

4. I am sorry; I apologize
5. “Excuse me” when you want to get some-

Section II - Unscramble and Write
6. 안녕하세요.
[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo.]

7. 감사합니다.

one’s attention, let them know something,
and/or when you want to call the waiter in a
restaurant or cafe to order something.

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da.]

6. Literally “just a second.”

8. 안녕히 가세요.

7. Literally “just a second.”

[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo.]

9. 안녕히 계세요.
[an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo.]

Section III - Comprehension

Section II - Comprehension
*Answers will vary

10. d
11. c
12. c
13. a,b,c,or d
14. b

*8. 합니다 sounds like “ham-ni-da” because
when you say the 합, your mouth is already
[hap]

closed in the “m” position. Without articulating the “p” in 합, you naturally move forward
[hap]

and say “니”, making it sound like “ham-ni[ni]

Section IV - Writing Practice
N/A

da” instead of “hap-ni-da.” It’s too much
work for the mouth to actually pronounce
the “p” in 합 right before the 니.
[hap]

[ni]

Section V - Dictation
OR
18. 안녕히 계세요.

[an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo.]

19. 안녕히 가세요.

[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo.]

20. 안녕하세요.

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo.]

The “p” sound in 합, by itself, is a voiceless
[hap]

bilabial stop. However, when combined with
the 니, of which “n” is an alveolar nasal
[ni]

consonant, the two of them together make a
voiced bilabial nasal stop, or an “m” sound.

Lesson 4
9.
Section I – Vocabulary
1. appreciation or thankfulness

Answer key

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something.

4. school

#2 - When you want to call upon the waiter

5. I/me

in a restaurant or a cafe to order something.

6. what

10. No, you cannot. 죄송합니다 does not
[joe-song-ham-ni-da]

have a general meaning in Korean; it only
means “I apologize”, “It was my bad”, “excuse
me”, or “I shouldn’t have done that”.

Section II - Translation and Writing Practice
7. 가방이에요.

[ga-bang-i-e-yo.]

8. 뭐예요?

[mwo-ye-yo?]

9. 저예요.

[jeo-ye-yo.]

11. #1 - 잠시만요.
[jam-si-man-nyo.]

#2 - 죄송합니다.
[joe-song-ham-ni-da.]

10. 물이에요?
[mu-ri-e-yo?]

11. 사무실이에요.
[sa-mu-si-ri-e-yo.]

#3 - 잠깐만요.
[jam-kkan-man-nyo.]

12. c

Section III - Comprehension
12. -이에요
[-i-e-yo]

Section III - Dictation
13. 저기요.

[jeo-gi-yo.]

14. 죄송합니다.

[joe-song-ham-ni-da.]

15. 잠시만요.

[jam-si-man-nyo.]

16. 잠깐만요.

[jam-kkan-man-nyo.]

Section IV
N/A

13. -예요

[-ye-yo]

14. to be
15. False
16. False
17. True
18. N/A
19. True
20. False
Section IV- Dictation
21. 물이에요.

Lesson 5

[mu-ri-e-yo.]

22. 학교예요.
Section I - Vocabulary

[hak-gyo-ye-yo.]

1. bag

23. 저예요.

2. water

24. 뭐예요?

3. office
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[jeo-ye-yo.]

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Section I - Vocabulary
1. c

3. b
4. f
5. e
6. c

2. e
3. g

Section II – Comprehension

4. b

7. 그

5. f

[geu]

6. a

8. 이

7. d

[i]

9. 저
[jeo]

Section II - Comprehension
Section III - Writing

8. d
9. a

10. 저 핸드폰

10. e

[jeo haen-deu-pon]

11. c

11. 그 카메라

12. b

12. 이 책

[geu ka-me-ra]

[i chaek]

Section III - Writing
N/A

13. 이 가방

[i ga-bang]

14. 저 학교

[jeo hak-gyo]

Section IV - Dictation
13. 이거 책이에요.
[i-geo chae-gi-e-yo.]

14. 이거 뭐예요?

[i-geo mwo-ye-yo?]

15. 그 사무실

[geu sa-mu-sil]

Lesson 8
Section I - Vocabulary

15. 이거 물이에요.

1. milk

16. 이거 카메라예요.

2. water

[i-geo mu-ri-e-yo.]

[i-geo ka-me-ra-ye-yo.]

3. cat
4. student

Lesson 7
Section I - Vocabulary
1. d
2. a

Answer key

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5. hat, cap
6. thing
7. to be not, it is not, you are not
8. this
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10. That (over there)
Section II - Translation practice
11. 안녕하세요.

[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo.]

12. 저거 고양이 아니에요.
[jeo-geo go-yang-i a-ni-e-yo.]

Lesson 9
Section I - Vocabulary
1. c
2. d
3. a
4. c
5. d

13. 감사합니다.

6. a

14. 이거 커피 아니에요.

7. c

[gam-sa-ham-ni-da]

[i-geo keo-pi a-ni-e-yo.]

8. b

15. 네, (저) 학생이에요.

[ne, (jeo) hak-saeng-i-e-yo.]

16. 안녕히 가세요!

Section II - Writing practice

[an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo!]

17. 이거 뭐예요?

9. 저는

18. 아니요. 이거 사무실이에요.

10. 오렌지 주스는

19. 그거 핸드폰 아니에요.

11. 내일은

20. 네, 맞아요. 이거 우유예요.

12. 가방은

[i-geo mwo-ye-yo?]

[a-ni-yo. i-geo sa-mu-si-ri-e-yo.]

[geu-geo haen-deu-pon a-ni-e-yo.]

[ne, ma-ja-yo. i-geo u-yu-ye-yo.]

[jeo-neun]

[o-ren-ji ju-seu-neun]

[nae-i-reun]

[ga-bang-eun]

13. 물이
Section III - Comprehension

[mu-ri]

21. d

14. 학교가

22. c

15. 고양이가

23. b
24. a
Section IV - Dictation
25. 저 아니에요.
[jeo a-ni-e-yo.]

26. 물 아니에요.
[mul a-ni-e-yo.]

27. 이거 모자 아니에요.
[i-geo mo-ja a-ni-e-yo.]

28. 그거 우유 아니에요.
[geu-geo u-yu a-ni-e-yo.]

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[hak-gyo-ga]

[go-yang-i-ga]

16. 사무실이
[sa-mu-si-ri]

Section III - Comprehension
17. 오늘은 날씨 좋네요.

[o-neu-reun nal-ssi jot-ne-yo.]

18. 오늘 날씨는 좋네요.

[o-neul nal-ssi-neun jot-ne-yo.]

19. 이 책은 좋아요.
[i chae-geun jo-a-yo.]

20. 이 책이 좋아요.
[i chae-gi jo-a-yo.]

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not have

Lesson 10

- You don’t have ...?; I do not have...;

Section I - Vocabulary

... does not exist

1. friend
2. time
3. fun
4. water
5. to not exist; does not exist; to not have

Section III - Dictation
14. 물은 있어요.

[mu-reun i-sseo-yo.]

15. 내일은 시간 없어요.

[nae-i-reun si-gan eop-sseo-yo.]

6. to exist; to have

16. 친구는 있어요.

[chin-gu-neun i-sseo-yo.]

Section II - Comprehension
*Answers may vary.
7. 네. 친구 있어요.

[ne. chin-gu i-sseo-yo.]

Lesson 11
Section I - Vocabulary

or

1. f

아니요. 친구 없어요.

2. g

[a-ni-yo. chin-gu eop-sseo-yo.]

8. 네. TTMIK 재미있어요.

3. a

[ne. TTMIK jae-mi-i-sseo-yo.]

4. j

or

5. i

아니요. TTMIK 재미없어요.

6. h

[a-ni-yo. TTMIK jae-mi-eop-sseo-yo.]

9. 시간은 없어요.

[si-ga-neun eop-sseo-yo.]

10. 시간이 없어요.

[si-ga-ni eop-sseo-yo.]

11. 친구는 없어요.

7. d
8. b
9. e
10. c

[chin-gu-neun eop-sseo-yo.]

12. -이에요 = to be (something)
[-i-e-yo]

- This is ... ; I am ... .
있어요 = to be; to exist (in a certain

Section II - Practice exercises
11. 없어요

[eop-sseo-yo]

place), to have

12. 있어요

- I have ...; I’m here; It’s over there

13. 없어요, 주세요

[i-sseo-yo]

[eop-sseo-yo] [ju-se-yo]

13. 아니에요 = to be not (something)
[a-ni-e-yo]

- This is not ...; It is not ...; I am not ...
없어요 = to not exist, does not exist, to

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14. 저기요. 커피 주세요.
[jeo-gi-yo. keo-pi ju-se-yo.]

15. 오렌지 있어요?
[o-ren-ji i-sseo-yo?]

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Section II - Writing practice

Section III - Comprehension
16. a

N/A

17. b
18. b

Section III - Comprehension

19. c

14. False - 잘 먹었습니다.

20. a

15. True

21. d

16. False - 맛

22. d

17. False - 이 케이크 맛있어요.

23. e

18. False - ma-si-sseo-yo

[jal meo-geo-sseum-ni-da.]

[mat]

[i ke-i-keu ma-si-sseo-yo.]

19. True
20. True

Section IV - Dictation
24. 아이스크림 주세요.

Section IV - Dictation

[a-i-seu-keu-rim ju-se-yo.]

25. 커피 없어요?

21. 삼겹살 맛있어요.

[keo-pi eop-sseo-yo?]

[sam-gyeop-sal ma-si-sseo-yo.]

26. 밥 주세요.

22. 치킨 맛있어요.

[bap ju-se-yo.]

[chi-kin ma-si-sseo-yo.]

27. 장갑 있어요?

23. 잘 먹었습니다.

[jang-gap i-sseo-yo?]

[jal meo-geo-sseum-ni-da.]

24. 잘 먹겠습니다.

[jal meok-ge-sseum-ni-da.]

Lesson 12
Section I - Vocabulary
1. Kimbap - a popular Korean dish made of
steamed rice and various vegetables and

Lesson 13
Section I - Vocabulary

meat rolled in seaweed, or 김

1. e

2. Taste

2. g

[gim]

3. Well (adv.)

3. b

4. Cake

4. f

5. What

5. c

6. Oysters

6. a

7. Fried chicken

7. d

8. Samgyeopsal - Korean barbecue; thick,
fatty slices of pork belly meat similar to
uncured bacon
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8. 먹고 싶어요.

[meok-go si-peo-yo.]

9. 가고 싶어요.

[ga-go si-peo-yo.]

10. 보고 싶어요.

[bo-go si-peo-yo.]

7. TV; television
8. to read
9. to sleep
10. to hang out; to play
11. to rest
12. to work

11. 맛있어요.

[ma-si-sseo-yo.]

12. 잘 먹겠습니다.

Section II - Comprehension

[jal meok-ge-sseum-ni-da.]

13. 더 주세요.
[deo ju-se-yo.]

14. 더 먹고 싶어요!

13. 네. 텔레비전 보고 싶어요.
[ne. tel-le-bi-jeon bo-go si-peo-yo.]

= Yes. I want to watch TV.

[deo meok-go si-peo-yo!]

14. 이거 모자예요.
Section III - Comprehension
15. I miss you
16. 다

[da]

17. 더 먹고 싶어요.

[i-geo mo-ja-ye-yo.]

= This is a hat.
15. 케이크 먹고 싶어요.

[ke-i-keu meok-go si-peo-yo.]

= I want to eat some cake.

[deo meok-go si-peo-yo.]

16. 뉴스 보고 싶어요.
Section IV - Dictation
18. 햄버거 먹고 싶어요.

[haem-beo-geo meok-go si-peo-yo.]

19. 회 먹고 싶어요.

[hoe meok-go si-peo-yo.]

20. 뭐 먹고 싶어요?

[mwo meok-go si-peo-yo?]

[nyu-seu bo-go si-peo-yo.]

= I want to watch the news.
17. 네. 더 마시고 싶어요.
[ne. deo ma-si-go si-peo-yo.]

= Yes. I want to drink more.
18. 놀고 싶어요.

[nol-go si-peo-yo.]

= I want to hang out/play.

Lesson 14
Section I - Vocabulary
1. to do
2. to see

Section III - Dictation
19. 뭐 하고 싶어요?

[mwo ha-go si-peo-yo?]

3. to eat

20. 쉬고 싶어요.

4. to buy

21. 영화 보고 싶어요.

5. to drink

[swi-go si-peo-yo.]

[yeong-hwa bo-go si-peo-yo.]

6. what

Answer key

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Lesson 15

24. 사천삼백구십이

Section I - Vocabulary

25. 육천팔백십오

1. j
2. g
3. b

[sa-cheon-sam-baek-gu-si-bi]

[yuk-cheon-pal-baek-si-bo]

26. 구천구백구십구
[gu-cheon-gu-baek-gu-sip-gu]

27. 칠천팔백이십구
[chil-cheon-pal-bae-gi-sip-gu]

4. h
5. k

Section III - Dictation

6. d

28. 007

7. c

29. 8055

8. e

30. 602

9. l
10. i

Lesson 16

11. a
12. f

Section I - Vocabulary
1. to go

Section II - Writing

2. to eat
3. to sleep

13. 오십사

4. to hit

14. 구십팔

5. to laugh

[o-sip-sa]

[gu-sip-pal]

15. 육십칠

[yuk-sip-chil]

16. 십일
[si-bil]

17. 이십사
[i-sip-sa]

6. to hang out; to play
7. to be seen; to be visible
8. to work
9. office
10. money

18. 백

[baek]

19. 오백칠십사

[o-baek-chil-sip-sa]

20. 삼백사십삼

[sam-baek-sa-sip-sam]

21. 구백구십구

[gu-baek-gu-sip-gu]

22. 백이십삼

[bae-gi-sip-sam]

23. 천

Section II - Comprehension
11. ㅏ, ㅗ
12. 하

[ha]

13. 해요

[hae-yo]

14. ㅏ, ㅗ

[cheon]

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[hae-yo]

16. 보아요
[bo-a-yo]

9. to write down
10. to come
11. to buy

17. 존댓말

[jon-daen-mal]

Section II - Fill in the chart
Section III - Writing
18. 놀아요

[no-ra-yo]

19. 웃어요

[u-seo-yo]

20. 없어요

[eop-sseo-yo]

21. 와요

[wa-yo]

22. 받아요

[ba-da-yo]

23. 살아요

[sa-ra-yo]

12. 잡다

[jap-da]

잡아요

[ja-ba-yo]

잡았어요

[ja-ba-sseo-yo]

13. 먹다

[meok-da]

먹어요

[meo-geo-yo]

먹었어요

[meo-geo-sseo-yo]

14. 팔다

[pal-da]

Section IV - Dictation
24. 먹어요

[meo-geo-yo]

25. 보여요

[bo-yeo-yo]

26. 해요

[hae-yo]

팔아요

[pa-ra-yo]

팔았어요

[pa-ra-sseo-yo]

15. 쓰다

[sseu-da]

써요

[sseo-yo]

썼어요

[sseo-sseo-yo]

Lesson 17

16. 기다리다
[gi-da-ri-da]

Section I - Vocabulary
1. to be cool; to be awesome
2. to be strange
3. to wait
4. to write; to use
5. to play; to hang out
6. to sell
7. to eat
8. to do

Answer key

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기다려요

[gi-da-ryeo-yo]

기다렸어요

[gi-da-ryeo-sseo-yo]

17. 이상하다

[i-sang-ha-da]

이상해요

[i-sang-hae-yo]

이상했어요

[i-sang-hae-sseo-yo]

18. 놀다

[nol-da]

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놀아요

Lesson 18

놀았어요

Section I - Vocabulary

[no-ra-yo]

[no-ra-sseo-yo]

19. 하다

1. c

[ha-da]

2. b

해요

3. d

[hae-yo]

4. a

했어요

[hae-sseo-yo]

20. 사다

5. d

[sa-da]

6. b

사요

7. c

[sa-yo]

8. d

샀어요

[sa-sseo-yo]

Section II - Writing

21. 오다

[o-da]

와요

9. 에 / Where do you want to go?

왔어요

10. 에 / I’m going home.

[e]

[wa-yo]

[wa-sseo-yo]

[e]

11. 에서 / I work at the office

22. 멋있다

[meo-sit-da]

[e-seo]

멋있어요

12. 에 / Where are you now?

멋있었어요

13. 에서 / I saw my friend at school today.

[meo-si-sso-yo]

[meo-si-sseo-sseo-yo]

Section III - Comprehension
23. False - final -다
24. True
25. False - 였어요

[yeo-sseo-yo]

[e]

[e-seo]

Section III - Comprehension
14. Person B is going to school.
15. Person B will read a book.
16. school
17. the office

26. False - 먹었어요

[meo-geo-sseo-yo]

Section IV - Dictation
Section IV - Dictation
27. 왔어요

[wa-sseo-yo]

28. 잡았어요

[ja-ba-sseo-yo]

29. 기다렸어요

18. 한국에 왔어요.

[han-gu-ge wa-sseo-yo.]

19. 어디에 가고 싶어요?
[eo-di-e ga-go si-peo-yo?]

20. 집에서 일해요.
[ji-be-seo i-rae-yo.]

[gi-da-ryeo-sseo-yo]

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7. c

Section I - Vocabulary

8. b

1. to arrive

9. e

2. to get up

10. f

3. today

11. h

4. yesterday

12. a

5. tomorrow
6. now
7. earlier (today); a while ago (today)
8. later

Section II - Comprehension
33: 삼십삼 / 서른셋

[sam-sip-sam] / [seo-reun-set]

100: 백 / 백

[baek] / [baek]

Section II - Comprehension
9. 어디

[eo-di]

10. 언제, yesterday
[eon-je]

80: 팔십 / 여든

[pal-sip] / [yeo-deun]

96: 구십육 / 아흔여섯

[gu-sim-nyuk] / [a-heun-nyeo-seot]

71: 칠십일 / 일흔하나

[chil-si-bil] / [i-reu-na-na]

Section III - Writing
*Answers may vary.
N/A

20: 이십 / 스물

[i-sip] / [seu-mul]

92: 구십이 / 아흔둘

[gu-si-bi] / [a-heun-dul]

68: 육십팔 / 예순여덟
Section IV - Dictation
21. 아침에 언제 일어나요?
[a-chi-me eon-je i-reo-na-yo?]

22. 언제 집에 가요?
[eon-je ji-be ga-yo?]

[yuk-sip-pal] / [ye-sun-nyeo-deol]

11: 십일 / 열하나

[si-bil] / [yeo-ra-na]

44: 사십사 / 마흔넷

[sa-sip-sa] / [ma-heun-net]

1004: 천사 / 천넷

[cheon-sa] / [cheon-net]

Lesson 20
Section I - Vocabulary
1. d
2. i
3. j

Section III - Let’s Count!
13. 둘 or 두 사람 or 두 명
[dul/du sa-ram/du myeong]

14. 다섯 or 다섯 개

[da-seot/da-seot gae]

15. 하나 or 한 마리
[ha-na/han ma-ri]

4. k
5. g
6. l

Answer key

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17. 7

안 먹어요

18. 50

먹지 않아요

[an meo-geo-yo]

[meok-ji a-na-yo]

18. 버리다

[beo-ri-da]

Lesson 21

안 버려요

[an beo-ryeo-yo]

Section I - Vocabulary
1. to throw away
2. to be spicy
3. to eat
4. to be hungry
5. to go
6. to hurt; to be sick
7. home; house
8. yet
Section II - Comprehension
9. Using the negative verb ending, -지 않다
10. Adding 안 before a verb

버리지 않아요
[beo-ri-ji a-na-yo]

19. 아프다

[a-peu-da]

안 아파요
[an a-pa-yo]

아프지 않아요
[a-peu-ji a-na-yo]

20. 일어나다

[i-reo-na-da]

안 일어나요
[an i-reo-na-yo]

일어나지 않아요
[i-reo-na-ji a-na-yo]

21. 자다

[ja-da]

11. 아니요. (김밥이) 안 매워요.

안 자요

12. 아니요. (케이크) 안 먹었어요.

자지 않아요

[a-ni-yo. (gim-bba-bi) an mae-wo-yo.]

[a-ni-yo. (ke-i-keu) an meo-geo-sseo-yo.]

13. 아니요. (집에) 안 가요.
[a-ni-yo. (ji-be) an ga-yo.]

[an ja-yo]

[ja-ji a-na-yo]

22. 놀다

[nol-da]

14. 아니요. (그거) 안 버렸어요.

안 놀아요

15. 아니요. 안 아파요.

놀지 않아요

[a-ni-yo. (geu-geo) an beo-ryeo-sseo-yo.]

[a-ni-yo. an a-pa-yo.]

[an no-ra-yo]

[nol-ji a-na-yo]

23. 하다
Section III - Fill in the chart

[ha-da]

안 해요

16. 마시다

[ma-si-da]

안 마셔요

[an ma-syeo-yo]

마시지 않아요
[ma-si-ji a-na-yo]

17. 먹다

[meok-da]

[an hae-yo]

하지 않아요
[ha-ji a-na-yo]

24. 사다
sa-da]

안 사요
[an sa-yo]

사지 않아요
[sa-ji a-na-yo]

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25. 보다

[bo-da]

안 봐요

[an bwa-yo]

보지 않아요
[bo-ji a-na-yo]

26. 멋있다

[meo-sit-da]

안 멋있어요

[an meo-si-sseo-yo]

멋있지 않아요
[meo-sit-ji a-na-yo]

Section II - Comprehension
1a. 공부하다 = to study
[gong-bu-ha-da]

2a. 일하다 = to work
[i-ra-da]

3a. 기억하다 = to remember
[gi-eo-ka-da]

4a. 청소하다 = to clean
[cheong-so-ha-da]

5a. 요리하다 = to cook
[yo-ri-ha-da]

Section IV - Dictation
27. 안 매워요?

6a. 이사하다 = to move;
[i-sa-ha-da]

to move into a different house

[an mae-wo-yo?]

28. 아직 안 버렸어요.
[a-jik an beo-ryeo-sseo-yo.]

29. 집에 안 가요?
[ji-be an ga-yo?]

7a. 노래하다 = to sing
[no-rae-ha-da]

8a. 노력하다 = to make an effort; to try hard
[no-ryeo-ka-da]

9a. 동의하다 = to agree
[dong-ui-ha-da]

Lesson 22

10a. 인정하다 = to admit
[in-jeong-ha-da]

Section I - Vocabulary
1. studying

11a. 후회하다 = to regret
[hu-hoe-ha-da]

2. work; job

12a. 운동하다 = to exercise; to work out

3. memory

13a. 사랑하다 = to love

4. cleaning
5. cooking; dish
6. moving
7. song
8. effort
9. agreement; agreeing
10. admitting; acknowledgement
11. regret
12. exercise

[un-dong-ha-da]

[sa-rang-ha-da]

14a. 말하다 = to speak
[ma-ra-da]

15a. 생각하다 = to think
[saeng-ga-ka-da]

Section III - Dictation
16. 노력했어요.

[no-ryeo-kae-sseo-yo.]

17. 운동해요.

[un-dong-hae-yo.]

18. 노력 안 해요.

[no-ryeok an hae-yo.]

13. love
14. words; language
15. thought; idea

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Section IV - Dictation

Lesson 23
Section I - Vocabulary
1. onomatopoeia for knocking on the door “knock, knock, knock”

20. 누구

[nu-gu]

21. 누가 왔어요?

[nu-ga wa-sseo-yo?]

22. 누가 샀어요?

2. who

[nu-ga sa-sseo-yo?]

3. [when you pick up the phone] Hello?
4. cheese

Lesson 24

5. to buy

Section I - Vocabulary

6. to come
7. to sell

1. g

8. to move

2. c

9. to call; to make a phone call

3. b

10. to make

4. h
5. a

Section II - Unscramble and Write
11. 누가 했어요?

[nu-ga hae-sseo-yo?]

12. 누구예요?

[nu-gu-ye-yo?]

13. 누가 전화했어요?

[nu-ga jeo-nwa-hae-sseo-yo?]

Section III - Comprehension

6. d
7. i
8. e
9. f
10. p
11. o
12. l

14. True

13. n

15. False

14. m

16. True

15. j

17. 누구예요?

16. k

[nu-gu-ye-yo?]

or 누구였어요?

[nu-gu-yeo-sseo-yo?]

18. 누구세요?

[nu-gu-se-yo?]

19. (casual)누가 만들었어?

[nu-ga man-deu-reo-sseo?]

or (polite)누가 만들었어요?

[nu-ga man-deu-reo-sseo-yo?]

Section II - Translation Practice
17. 이거 어떻게 찾았어요?

[i-geo eo-tteo-ke cha-ja-sseo-yo?]

18. 어제 왜 안 왔어요?

[eo-je wae an wa-sseo-yo?]

19. 얼마 냈어요?

[eol-ma nae-sseo-yo?]

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20. 여기 얼마나 자주 와요?
[yeo-gi eol-ma-na ja-ju wa-yo?]

21. 이거 왜 무거워요?

[i-geo wae mu-geo-wo-yo?]

Section III - Reading Comprehension
22. 12,000 won
23. Because Person A thinks it is cute.
24. Because he didn’t know where she was.
25. Office.

13. 부터

[bu-teo]

Section III - Writing
14. 집에서 사무실까지

[ji-be-seo sa-mu-sil-kka-ji]

15. 지금부터 내일까지

[ji-geum-bu-teo nae-il-kka-ji]

16. 언제까지?

[eon-je-kka-ji?]

17. 몇 시부터 몇 시까지

[myeot si-bu-teo myeot si-kka-ji]

Section IV - Dictation

18. 저는 부산에서 왔어요.

[jeo-neun bu-sa-ne-seo wa-sseo-yo.]

26. 어떻게 찾았어요?

19. 스웨덴에서 서울까지 7,429km (칠천사백

27. 왜 안 왔어요?

이십구 킬로미터)예요.

[eo-tteo-ke cha-ja-sseo-yo?]

[wae an wa-sseo-yo?]

28. 얼마나 무거워요?

[eol-ma-na mu-geo-wo-yo?]

[seu-we-de-ne-seo seo-ul-kka-ji chil-cheon-sa-bae-

gi-sip-gu kil-lo-mi-teo-ye-yo.]

Section IV - Dictation
20. 여기부터 저기까지

Lesson 25
Section I - Vocabulary
1. c

[yeo-gi-bu-teo jeo-gi-kka-ji]

21. 집에서 회사까지 어떻게 가요?
[ji-be-seo hoe-sa-kka-ji eo-tteo-ke ga-yo?]

22. 9시부터 6시까지 일해요.

[a-hop-si-bu-teo yeo-seot-si-kka-ji i-rae-yo.]

2. b
3. b
4. a
5. d
6. c
Section II - Comprehension
7. locations
8. time
9. “to” or “until”
10. usually
11. “from”
12. 부터

[bu-teo]

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