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Talk To Me In Korean Workbook Level 2
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Talk To Me In Korean Workbook Level 2

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ISBN: 9788956056890

 

This workbook is designed to be used in conjunction with the TTMIK Level 2 lessons, which are available at TalkToMeInKorean.com for FREE. Developed by a certified teacher to help you review and retain what you’ve learned in the TTMIK lessons, this workbook contains 3 main categories of review and 10 types of exercises. 

 

TalkToMeInKorean

TalkToMeInKorean.com is a Korean language learning website that became popular overseas before it was recognized in Korea. Ever since its foundation in 2009, more than 5 million people have visited TalkToMeInKorean.com. TTMIK audio lessons have been downloaded over 50 million times while TTMIK YouTube videos have received over ten million views thus far. TTMIK was ranked as the #1 Language Blog by Lexiophiles in 2010 and 2013 thanks to votes from users all over the world. Additionally, TTMIK was one of the recipients of the Prime Minister Award at the 2013 Korea Content Awards.

 

Contents

How to Use the Talk To Me In Korean Workbook
Quick guide to Han-geul
Lesson 1. -ㄹ/을 거예요 (Future Tense)
Lesson 2. 을, 를 (Object Marking Particles)
Lesson 3. 그리고, 그래서 (And, and then, therefore, so)
Lesson 4. 하고, (이)랑 (And, with)
Lesson 5. 요일 (Days of the Week)
Lesson 6. 그렇지만, 그런데 (But, however)
Lesson 7. -한테, -한테서 (“to [someone]”, “from [someone]”)
Lesson 8. 한 시, 두 시, 세 시, 네 시, .. (Telling Time)
Lesson 9. 개, 명 (Counters)
Lesson 10. -고 있어요 (Present Progressive)
Lesson 11. 자기소개 (Self-introduction)
Lesson 12. 날짜 (“What is the Date?”)
Lesson 13. -도 (Too, also (Part 1))
Lesson 14. -도 (Too, also (Part 2))
Lesson 15. -만 (Only)
Lesson 16. 조금, 정말, 진짜, 아주, 별로, 전혀 (A bit, really, very, not really, not at all)
Lesson 17. -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다 (Can, cannot)
Lesson 18. 잘하다, 못하다 (To be good/poor at~)
Lesson 19. -는 것 (Turning Verbs Into Nouns (nominalization))
Lesson 20. -아/어/여야 되다/하다 (Have to, should, must)
Lesson 21. ~보다 더 (More ~ than ~)
Lesson 22. 좋다 vs. 좋아하다 (To like)
Lesson 23. 만약, -(으)면 (If, in case)
Lesson 24. 아직, 벌써 (Still, already)
Lesson 25. 누군가, 무언가, 어딘가, 언젠가 (Someone, something, somewhere, someday)
Lesson 26. -(으)세요 (Imperative Ending)
Lesson 27. -아/어/여 주세요 (“Please do something [for me]”)
Lesson 28. -(으)로 (Method, way)
Lesson 29. 다, 더 (All, more)
Lesson 30. -지 마세요 (“Don’t do it”)
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