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Korean Language Class for Adults – Beginner Level | Sept

2017 SEPT – OCT

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Adults Class – Every Saturday @ 10:10AM PST (50 minutes session)

Korean Language Class LevelBeginner 1

Class Schedule: Sept 16 – Oct 7, 2017 (4 weeks)

Class Time: Every Saturday @ 10:10AM – 11AM PST

Pre-requisiteNone.

Feature of Beginner Level 1 Course
This course is designed for the 2nd or 3rd generation of Korean people living abroad and non-native Korean speakers who wants to learn Korean exactly same way how Korean learn their own language. 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.
How Beginner Level 1 course is composed? 
This course is comprised of 16 chapters.In the 1st lesson, we will cover the Korean alphabet (Hangul) – simple vowels, simple consonants, and syllable formation.

In the 2nd lesson, we will cover the compound vowels 1 and 2.

In the 3rd lesson, we will cover the double consonants, final consonants 1 and 2.

In the 4th lesson, we will cover the main conversation and expressions including vocabulary, grammar, listening, speaking, and writing.

Course Method

  • Weekly Live Online Lecture
  • Skype / Hangouts
  • Online Whiteboard

Course Material

  • Textbook (PDF file)  +
  • Homework Assignment  +
  • Weekly Quiz / Test  +
  • Student Learning Resources  =  All included with Tuition

Attendance, Class size, Make-up class

  • Classes are held 50 minutes per week for 4 consecutive weeks.
  • Small, personalized group classes.
  • In case of absence, you may attend one make-up class.

Registration

  • Simply fill out below registration form. You will receive enrollment confirmation via email.
  • Please register as soon as the registration is open, you will not be able to register once the maximum capacity has been filled.
  • Students who have registered but not paid tuition by Sept 9, 2017 will be automatically put on the waiting list, so that those students who’ve paid may be placed in the program.
Ready to REGISTER? Click Here!

Korean Conversation 일상회화: Then, let’s eat pizza.

Learn Korean – Speak Daily Conversation (일상회화)

How to say: “Then, let’s eat pizza.” in Korean Language Hangukeo.

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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: “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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