Korean Grammar

Korean Grammar

The Complete Guide to Speaking Korean Naturally Soohee Kim, Emily Curtis, Haewon Cho ... the elements that are classified as parts of speech in Korean and not in English, the most important of which, in Korean grammar, is the particles.

Author: Soohee Kim

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462919413

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 640

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Korean Grammar: The Complete Guide to Speaking Korean Naturally covers all the basic sentence structures, verbal forms and idiomatic expressions taught in the first two years of a college level Korean language course. It is specifically designed for the following learners: Beginning or intermediate level Korean language students Self-study adult learners or those studying with a tutor Heritage learners who wish to speak Korean more correctly Anyone who wants to review previously acquired Korean Each chapter provides clear grammatical explanations with charts and examples for each construction, showing how it is used in various contexts. All Korean words and sentences are given in both Korean Hangul script and Romanized form, with English translations to assist beginning learners. Fundamental concepts like honorifics, formal and informal speech styles, verb endings and complex sentence constructions are all presented in straightforward terms to make these constructions accessible to learners at every level. Exercises at the end of each chapter reinforce the learning process.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

Essential Korean Grammar

Essential Korean Grammar

Your Essential Guide to Speaking and Writing Korean Fluently! Laura Kingdon. This is just another, but much less common, way to say El El (which is commonly used by Koreans, grammar guides, AND the TOPIK. This is covered in depth on ...

Author: Laura Kingdon

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462917754

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 384

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Do you want your Korean language skills to shine? Then Essential Korean Grammar offers exactly what you need to finally understand and express which grammar option is best. Having a solid understanding of grammar is essential to effectively learn Korean. Essential Korean Grammar gives you excellent examples that lay out the best grammar options for communicating, and when to use each option. The grammar items are cleverly rated so you can determine what's most useful for you to study, based on your Korean knowledge level and your plans. There is a star rating system, from 5 stars ("critical"; with these under your belt you can communicate almost everything you need to say) to 1 star (don't worry about this unless there's some reason you need to know it—for example, the TOPIK exam). Essential Korean Grammar is a toolbox to help you form correct and natural-sounding sentences, and determine which grammar you need for reading or writing Korean. It details: How to combine grammar points with each type of word. How it is similar to and different from related grammar points. Commonly used expressions. Things for learners to watch out for. The example sentences for each grammar point use simple vocabulary that even a beginner will know. A perfect supplement to any Korean language textbook!
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Korean Grammar in Use Beginning English ver

Korean Grammar in Use   Beginning  English ver

Korean. Grammar. Beginning Written by Translated by e-Published Ahn Jean-myung, Lee Kyung-ah, Han Hoo-youn Chad Walker February, 2016 Publisher Editors Design Illustrator Voice Actors Chung Kyudo Lee Suk-hee, Oh Ju-young, Oh Jeong-min ...

Author: Lee Kyung-ah (이경아)

Publisher: Darakwon

ISBN: 9788927753957

Category: Education

Page: 376

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This book is the culmination of educational know-how and systematic grammar organization acquired by the three authors from their experience actually teaching Korean to foreigners in the classroom. In focusing strictly on Korean grammar, this series represents a departure from most current integrated teaching materials, allowing foreign learners to more easily concentrate on grammar in their study of Korean. The authors have included real dialogues and illustrations to make the study of Korean more interesting, especially for those students who have heretofore felt Koran grammar to be difficult. Further, this series equally serves as a general Korean grammar reference that can be used by Korean language instructors both in Korea and abroad who regularly experience the difficulty of teaching Korean grammar first-hand. 도서에 포함된 MP3(CD) 음원은 다락원 홈페이지(www.darakwon.co.kr)에서 무료 다운로드 가능합니다. 이 책은 한국어 교육 현장에서 실제 외국인 학생들에게 한국어를 가르치고 있는 한국어 강사 세 명의 교육 노하우와 체계적인 문법 정리가 집약된 교재이다. 기존의 대다수를 차지하고 있는 통합 교재와는 달리 한국어 문법만을 대상으로 삼아 외국인들이 보다 문법 공부에 집중할 수 있게 하였다. - TOPIK 1~2급의 문법 총정리! 한국의 대학 기관과 학원에서 가르치고 있는 교재의 1~2급에 나오는 문법들을 총망라해 한 눈에 볼 수 있게 하였다. - 의미가 비슷한 문법들의 차이점, 한 눈에 쏙쏙 정리! 의미나 쓰임, 또는 형태가 비슷하거나 혼동되는 문법을 비교해 놓아 문법 공부에 집중하였고, 문법의 나열식 습득을 넘는 통합적인 문법 학습을 목표로 한다. - 한 가지 상황에 대한 다양한 표현 연습! 상황이나 맥락에 따른 문법의 적절한 사용법과 한국어의 관용적 표현, 문화적 맥락 속에서의 이해 등을 도와 학습자들이 보다 자연스러운 한국어를 사용하도록 한다. - 문법을 활용한 실용 만점의 대화 완성! 학습한 문법을 생생한 실용 문장으로 복습한다. 문법을 위한 형식적인 문장이 아닌 일상생활 에서 실제로 사용하는 생활 밀착형 대화문을 통해 좀 더 친밀한 한국어 학습을 돕는다. Contents Preface How to Use This Book Table of Contents ■ Introduction to the Korean Language 1. Korean Sentence Structure 2. Conjugation of Verbs and Adjectives 3. Connecting Sentences 4. Sentence Types 5. Honorific Expressions ■ Getting Ready 01 이다 (to be) 02 있다 (to exist/be, to have) 03 Numbers 04 Dates and Days of the Week 05 Time Unit 1. Tenses 01 Present Tense A/V-(스)ㅂ니다 02 Present Tense A/V-아/어요 03 Past Tense A/V-았/었어요 04 Future Tense V-(으)ㄹ 거예요 ① 05 Progressive Tense V-고 있다 ① 06 Past Perfect Tense A/V-았/었었어요 Unit 2. Negative Expressions 01 Word Negation 02 안 A/V-아/어요 (A/V-지 않아요) 03 못 V-아/어요 (V-지 못해요) Unit 3. Particles 01 N이/가 02 N은/는 03 N을/를 04 N와/과, N(이)랑, N하고 05 N의 06 N에 ① 07 N에 ② 08 N에서 09 N에서 N까지, N부터 N까지 10 N에게/한테 11 N도 12 N만 13 N밖에 14 N(으)로 15 N(이)나 ① 16 N(이)나 ② 17 N쯤 18 N처럼/N같이 19 N보다 20 N마다 Unit 4. Listing and Contrast 01 A/V-고 02 V-거나 03 A/V-지만 04 A/V-(으)ㄴ/는데 ① Unit 5. Time Expressions 01 N 전에, V-기 전에 02 N 후에, V-(으)ㄴ 후에 03 V-고 나서 04 V-아/어서 05 N 때, A/V-(으)ㄹ 때 06 V-(으)면서 07 N 중, V-는 중 08 V-자마자 09 N 동안, V-는 동안 10 V-(으)ㄴ 지 Unit 6. Ability and Possibility 01 V-(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다 02 V-(으)ㄹ 줄 알다/모르다 Unit 7. Demands and Obligations, Permission and Prohibition 01 V-(으)세요 02 V-지 마세요 03 A/V-아/어야 되다/하다 04 A/V-아/어도 되다 05 A/V-(으)면 안 되다 06 A/V-지 않아도 되다 (안 A/V-아/어도 되다) Unit 8. Expressions of Hope 01 V-고 싶다 02 A/V-았/었으면 좋겠다 Unit 9. Reasons and Causes 01 A/V-아/어서 ② 02 A/V-(으)니까 ① 03 N 때문에, A/V-기 때문에 Unit 10. Making Requests and Assisting 01 V-아/어 주세요, V-아/어 주시겠어요? 02 V-아/어 줄게요, V-아/어 줄까요? Unit 11. Trying New Things and Experiences 01 V-아/어보다 02 V-(으)ㄴ 적이 있다/없다 Unit 12. Asking Opinions and Making Suggestions 01 V-(으)ㄹ까요? ① 02 V-(으)ㄹ까요? ② 03 V-(으)ㅂ시다 04 V-(으)시겠어요? 05 V-(으)ㄹ래요? ① Unit 13. Intentions and Plans 01 A/V-겠어요 ① 02 V-(으)ㄹ게요 03 V-(으)ㄹ래요 ② Unit 14. Background Information and Explanations 01 A/V-(으)ㄴ/는데 ② 02 V-(으)니까 ② Unit 15. Purpose and Intention 01 V-(으)러 가다/오다 02 V-(으)려고 03 V-(으)려고 하다 04 N을/를 위해(서), V-기 위해(서) 05 V-기로 하다 Unit 16. Conditions and Suppositions 01 A/V-(으)면 02 V-(으)려면 03 A/V-아/어도 Unit 17. Conjecture 01 A/V-겠어요 ② 02 A/V-(으)ㄹ 거예요 ② 03 A/V-(으)ㄹ까요? ③ 04 A/V-(으)ㄴ/는/(으)ㄹ 것 같다 Unit 18. Changes in Parts of Speech 01 관형형 -(으)ㄴ/-는/-(으)ㄹ N 02 A/V-기 03 A-게 04 A-아/어하다 Unit 19. Expressions of State 01 V-고 있다 ② 02 V-아/어 있다 03 A-아/어지다 04 V-게 되다 Unit 20. Confirming Information 01 A/V-(으)ㄴ/는지 02 V-는 데 걸리다/들다 03 A/V-지요? Unit 21. Discovery and Surprise 01 A/V-군요/는군요 02 A/V-네요 Unit 22. Additional Endings 01 A-(으)ㄴ가요?, V-나요? 02 A/V-(으)ㄴ/는데요 Unit 23. Quotations 01 Direct Quotations 02 Indirect Quotations 03 Indirect Quotation Contracted Forms Unit 24. Irregular Conjugations 01 ‘ㅡ’ 불규칙 (Irregular Conjugation) 02 ‘ㄹ’ 불규칙 (Irregular Conjugation) 03 ‘ㅂ’ 불규칙 (Irregular Conjugation) 04 ‘ㄷ’ 불규칙 (Irregular Conjugation) 05 ‘르’ 불규칙 (Irregular Conjugation) 06 ‘ㅎ’ 불규칙 (Irregular Conjugation) 07 ‘ㅅ’ 불규칙 (Irregular Conjugation) ■ Appendix Good Things to Know Answer Key Grammar Explanations in Use Korean Grammar Ind
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PREFACE This volume describes the grammar of standard contemporary Korean , covering essential aspects of syntax , morphology , phonology , ideophones and interjections , and lexicon . The descriptive format follows the admirably ...

Author: Ho-min Sohn

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000005424

Category: Social Science

Page: 604

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This work, first published in 1994, provides a framework which covers the major aspects of contemporary standard Korean and allows cross-language comparisons. It offers a wide-ranging and comprehensive grammatical description of Korean, covering syntax, morphology, phonology, ideophone/interjections and lexicon.
Categories: Social Science

Korean A Comprehensive Grammar

Korean  A Comprehensive Grammar

This bookaims to providea thorough overview of Korean grammar forlearners of thelanguage atall levels. The book is suitable for alllearners of Korean who speakEnglishas their first language (orwho have a good understanding of English), ...

Author: Jaehoon Yeon

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136840289

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 647

View: 439

First Published in 2011. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Profiling Grammar

Profiling Grammar

Korean young children are sensitive to the features of Korean grammar from early on (Han, 2009; Kim, 1997a; Lee, 2009; Lee & Cho, 2009). They explore various types of grammatical morphemes while expanding their grammatical level by ...

Author: Paul Fletcher

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 9781783094882

Category: Medical

Page: 303

View: 901

This book brings together twelve previously unpublished language profiles based on the original Language Assessment, Remediation and Screening Procedure (LARSP). The languages featured are: Afrikaans, Bulgarian, Cantonese, Finnish, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Japanese, Kannada, Korean, Malay and Swedish. Each chapter includes a grammatical sketch of the language, details of typical language development in speakers of the language, as well as a description of and justification for the profile itself. The book will be an invaluable resource for speech-language pathologists and others wishing to analyse the grammatical abilities of individuals speaking one of these languages. This new collection complements a previous book in this series on the same theme: Assessing Grammar: The Languages of LARSP (Ball et al., 2012,).
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Korean Grammar

Korean Grammar

Acoustic Characteristics of Korean Stop Consonants . ( Studies in the Phonology of Asian Languages , III . ) Los Angeles : University of Southern California , 1965 . Ho , Ung : Uri yenmalbon [ ' Middle Korean Grammar ' ) .

Author: Hansol H. B. Lee

Publisher: School of Oriental & African Studies University of London

ISBN: UVA:X001611786

Category: Political Science

Page: 216

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Written with Western readers in mind, this concise but comprehensive reference grammar covers many aspects of modern standard Korean, ranging from detailed descriptions of speech sounds, intonation, and rhythm in relation to grammar and syntax, to in-depth analysis of verb structure and the verbal phrase. Numerous examples and illustrations are also included.
Categories: Political Science



Centering around structures of sentences with overviews on those of sounds and words, it describes fundamental units of Korean grammar, including some aspects of discourse and sample text analyses in the final chapter.

Author: Suk-Jin Chang

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027283108

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 252

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Spoken by nearly 70 million people not only within the Korean Peninsula but also in five continents, Korean is one of a dozen major languages of the world. Yet outside Korea it is not as much studied as it should be, nor has it acquired commensurate international recognition. With its difficult sound system, rich word formation patterns, and complex sentence structures, Korean is one of the most challenging to learn as a foreign language, yet there is little that is written in English about Korean. This book eminently fills this gap. The author presents Korean in a lucid and readable manner covering topics from scripts to sounds, from words to sentences, and from discourse to text analysis. It is therefore both comprehensive and concise. It avoids unnecessary details but includes all essential subjects, and describes them in a well-organized theory-free prose. This book should be a handy reference for both teachers and students of Korean, especially those abroad.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

A Korean Grammar on Semantic pragmatic Principles

A Korean Grammar on Semantic pragmatic Principles

It is not unreasonable to assume that foreigners learning Korean might have similar difficulties and for these problems no books on Korean grammar presently available can give adequate explanations . For example , the proper choice of ...

Author: Ki-dong Yi


ISBN: UCSD:31822023547995

Category: Korean language

Page: 565

View: 298

Categories: Korean language

The Societal Codification of Korean English

The Societal Codification of Korean English

Konglish dictionary – 'About 15,800 results' Korean English dictionary – 'About 396,000,000 results' Konglish grammar – 'About 30,000 results' Korean English grammar – 'About 210,000,000 results' Though I have made clear my preference ...

Author: Alex Baratta

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350188563

Category: Education

Page: 240

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From K-pop to kimchi, Korean culture is becoming increasingly popular on the world stage. This cultural internationalisation is also mirrored linguistically, in the emergence and development of Korean English. Often referred to as 'Konglish', this book describes how the two terms in fact refer to different things and explains how Koreans have made the English language their own. Arguing that languages are no longer codified and legitimised by dictionaries and textbooks but by everyday usage and media, Alex Baratta explores how to reconceptualise the idea of 'codification.' Providing illustrative examples of how Koreans have taken commonly used English expressions and adjusted them, such as doing 'Dutch pay', wearing a 'Burberry' and using 'hand phones', this book explores the implications and opportunities social codification presents to EFL students and teachers. In so doing, The Societal Codification of Korean English offers wider perspectives on English change across the world, seeking to dispel the myth that English only belongs to 'native speakers'.
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