By Ross King, Jaehoon Yeon, Chungsook Kim, Donald Baker
Complicated Korean bargains a whole, systematic, and streamlined third-year direction in Korean.
It is perfect for college scholars and grownup newcomers with abundant examining texts and written routines, all in Korean Hangul. Concise Korean grammar notes in English, huge glossaries, and a solution key make this ebook compatible for these learning by myself, in addition to for lecture room use.
There are 20 accomplished classes, every one with a interpreting textual content during which new language is brought in context, via vocabulary, grammar issues, and workouts. classes five, 10, 15 and 20 are brief reports of the major structural styles brought. the focal point is on written Korean, however the examining texts usually are not educational, they're breezy, chatty, and fun, with illustrations.
The textbook comes with a loose CD-ROM entitled Sino-Korean spouse, a complement for these beginners wishing to begin 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 on the whole textbook to introduce 500 chinese language characters of their Sino-Korean readings. The emphasis is on giving scholars the instruments they should decipher unexpected chinese language characters on their lonesome, and likewise on Sino-Korean vocabulary acquisition. each one lesson introduces nearly 25-30 new chinese language characters besides comparable vocabulary goods, and builds on past characters and vocabulary brought, demonstrating the cumulative influence on one's vocabulary of paying systematic recognition to Sino-Korean.
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Sure—the food is cheap and it tastes good! 39. A: 물가가 너무 비싸서 걱정입니다. I’m worried that these prices are so high. B: 여기는 물가가 비싼 곳이잖아요. What do you expect? This is an expensive place. 5. It is only / simply a case of NOUN with NOUN뿐이– and all one does / did is / was... with –(으)ㄹ 뿐이– As a particle, 뿐 means only, as in this example: 40. 준비를 안 해 온 사람은 저뿐이었습니다. The only person who didn’t come prepared was me [“was only I”]. As a postmodifier, 뿐 occurs only after the prospective modifier –(으)ㄹ (though this may occur on a Past Base).
81. 그 사람은 바보인 척한다. He pretends to be a fool. 82. 그냥 모르는 척하세요. Just ignore him [“pretend not to know him”]. दחয݈۽ೞ݈ইঠ EXERCISES Exercise 1: Reading Comprehension Write out answers to the following questions. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 나는 한국에 온 지 얼마나 되었습니까? 처음 한국에 왔을 때 무엇 때문에 고생을 많이 했습니까? 한국 사람들은 길을 모를 때 어떻게 합니까? 한국 사람들이 왜 나한테 길을 물어 보는 것 같습니까? 사람들이 나한테 길을 물어 보았을 때 나는 잘 가르쳐 주었습니까? 그래서 나는 어떻게 하면 되겠다고 생각했습니까? 길을 묻는 아주머니한테 내가 영어로 말했더니 아주머니는 어떤 반응을 보였습니까? 내가 예상하지 못했던 일은 어떤 것이었습니까?
3. A: 영호가 오늘은 일찍 자네요. B: __________________________ 저녁을 먹자마자 잡니다. 4. A: 경선 씨하고 창민 씨가 요즘 안 만나는 것 같지요? B: __________________________ 안 만나는 것 같습니다. 5. A: 아까 선영 씨를 만났습니다. B: 그런데 __________________________ 자꾸 기침을 했습니다. 6. A: 선미 씨한테 안 좋은 일이 있습니까? B: __________________________ 눈이 많이 부었던데요. (이)나. 하루 종일 _______________________ 못 먹었습니다. 비밀이니까 _______________________ 말하지 마십시오. 계속 집에 있을 거니까 __________________ 전화하십시오. [“anytime”] 내일 우리 집에 오고 싶은 사람은 _____________________ 다 오십시오. _______________________ 휴지를 버리면 안 됩니다.
Advanced Korean by Ross King, Jaehoon Yeon, Chungsook Kim, Donald Baker