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Korean Conversation 일상회화: What do you want for lunch?

Learn Korean – Speak Daily Conversation (일상회화)
How to say: “What do you want for lunch?” in Korean Language Hangukeo.

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Korean Conversation 일상회화: I’m a bit busy at the moment.

Korean Conversation 일상회화: I’m a bit busy at the moment.

지금  바빠요.

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Korean Conversation 일상회화: “No plans yet.”

Korean Conversation 일상회화: No plans yet.
아직 계획 없어요.
Ajik Gyehoek eopseoyo.

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Korean Vocabulary: Hyori? = 멋있다! (cool/chic)

이쁜 이효리~ ^^ Why I love Hyori? = 멋있다! (meaning cool, chic)

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Korean Conversation 일상회화 : 이번 토요일에 뭐해요?

Korean Conversation 일상회화 : What are you up to this Saturday?

이번 토요일에 뭐해요?

ibeon toyoire mwo haeyo?

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Korean Native Tongue: 만장일치 (consensus)

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고유어/사자성어 (Korean Native Tongue)

만장일치 (consensus) is used when all the congregated people have the same opinion.

Meaning: 만 “be full of”, 장 “year”, 일 “one”, 치 “guide”

만장일치 (consensus) refers to a situation when all people gathered in a place are of the same opinion.  When everybody agrees with an item, we say “만장일치 찬성 (a unanimous agreement)”, on the other hand, when everybody disagrees with an item, we say “만장일치 반대 (a unanimous disagreement)”. This word is often found in political systems or frameworks.

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Sept 5 – Oct 16

Semester Information

  • Semester Begins: Sept 5, 2017.
  • Semester Ends: Oct 16, 2017.

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  • Classes are held 50 minutes per week for 6 consecutive weeks.
  • Small, personalized group classes. (Max. of 10 students per class)
  • In case of absence, you may attend one make-up class per semester.

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SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

Beginner Level 1

Session Begins Sept 5, 2017. Click Here to View Schedule of Classes!

**The Beginner level 1 class meets once a week. This course introduces the foundation of the Korean language. Emphasis is on skill building of the Hangul reading, writing, listening and pronunciation. Upon completion, students are able to have a very basic knowledge of the language & understand familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases. Students are also able to introduce oneself and others & ask/answer questions about personal details.

Beginner Level 2

Session Begins Sept 5, 2017. Click Here to View Schedule of Classes!

**The Beginner level 2 class meets once a week. This course provides the Hangul review and expansion of the essential skills. Reading, speaking and writing a simple sentence skills are greatly emphasized. Upon completion, students are able to interact in a simple way and able to understand sentences, frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance.

Beginner Level 5

Session Begins Sept 11, 2017. Click Here to View Schedule of Classes!

**The Beginner level 5 class meets once a week.  This course provides speaking, writing (paragraphs) exercises and class discussions.  Emphasis is placed on developing the ability to communicate with modern expressions and vocabulary. Upon completion, students are able to understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Students are also able to deal with most situations likely to arise while traveling Korea.
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