AK Korean course was specifically designed for those students who want to get precise and detailed information about Korean language and Korean Grammar to pass the TOPIK test. Throughout the course, we will cover basic Korean grammar that is essential for the TOPIK test. Step-by-step we will walk you through this course by giving personal explanations of each grammar structure that you can see in your TOPIK papers (Korean language proficiency test for foreign students).
Our goal is to help you to get a good grasp of Korean Grammar as quickly as possible. We have prepared a video lecture for each grammatical structure (more than 60 video lectures) with accurate descriptions of verb conjugations and examples of sentences that we carefully chose for you. Additionally, for your better understanding, we made PDF files for each video lectures where you can find all the explanations, additional materials related to the topic, and a list of new vocabulary that we covered in our videos. By the end of the course, you will be able to pass TOPIK test level 1 or 2 and will be able to participate in daily conversations, read and write in the Korean language.
In our first 20 videos, you will learn how to count with Korean numbers, use direction particles, ask about time, use the Present, Past, and Future tenses. In our first 20 lectures, we used a whiteboard to make our explanations more visible by highlighting important parts and conjugation rules in the Korean language.
In the main part of our course, you will learn how to use Korean particles, make negations, show a contrast, express hope, reasons, and causes. Also, we will talk about how to make questions and suggestions in the Korean language. By the end of the course, you will be able to use conditional statements, make plans and express intentions.
AK Korean Course Curriculum
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Section 2 Basic Korean Grammar
•N + 이다: Korean Verb “To Be”.•있다: Korean Verb “To Be” – part 1.•있다: Korean Verb “To Be”, “To have”, “To Exist” part2.•Sino-Korean Numbers.•Native Korean Numbers.•Telling the time in Korean.•A/V + ㅂ니다/습니다: Present Tense Polite Style.•A/V + 아요/어요: Present Tense Informal Polite Style – part 1.•A/V + 아요/어요: Present Tense Informal Polite Style – part 2.•A/V + 었어요/았어요: Past Tense.•V + 고 있다: Present Continuous.•V + ㄹ/을 거예요: Future Tense.•A/V + 었었어요/았었어요: Past Perfect Tense.•Word Negation.•N + 은/는, N + 이/가: Particle for a subject or topic of a sentence.•N + 을/를: Object particles.•N + 와/과, N + (이)랑: “And” form to connect nouns.•N + 의: Possession.•Korean Dates_PPTQuiz from section 2 (Basic Korean Grammar)
Section 3: Beginner Korean Grammar – part 1
•N + 에/에게 (한테): “To” (direction).•Time/Location + 에: “In”, “On”, “At”.•N + 에서: Location of a certain action.•A/V + 고, N + (이)고: “And” connecting two sentences or several predicates.•N + 마다: Every.•N + 밖에: (Except for/Only).•N + 도: “Also”, “Too”.•N + 만: “Only”, “Just”.•N + 동안, V + ㄴ/는 동안: “While”, “During”, “For”.•V + 아/어 있다: A state of action.•N + 때, A/V + (으)ㄹ 때: “When”, “During” – express a certain moment.•V + 기 전에, N + 전에: “Before”, “Ago” – V + (으)ㄴ 후에, N + 후에: “After”, “In”.•-ㄴ/은 지… 되다: It’s Been… Since.•N + 나/이나: Conjunction ‘Or’ and ‘Either’ for nouns.•V + 거나: Conjunction ‘Or’ for verbs.•V + 는데: Conjunction ‘But’ (a lighter version), plus background information.•아/어서: Expressing reasons.•V + 기 때문에: Conjunction ‘Because’.•V + (으)려고 하다: Intending to do something.•V + 기 위해/위해서: ‘In order to’/’For’.Quiz from section 3 (Beginner Korean Grammar – part 1)
Section 4: Beginner Korean Grammar – part 2
•V + (으)ㄴ 적이 있다: ‘Have you ever’.•V + 어/아 보다: ‘To have an experience of’.•A/V: 을 것 같다: ‘It seems to be’/’Might be’.•V + 았/었으면 좋겠다: ‘I wish I…’.•아/어지다: ‘To become, to get’, ‘To turn’.•V/A+게 되다: ‘Change of state’.•V + 기로 하다: ‘To decide to do something’.•ㅂ/읍시다: ‘Let’s’/’Shall’.•V + 아/어/야 되다/하다: ‘Must’.•V + ㄹ/을 수 있다/없다: ‘Can’ or ‘Can not’.•V + 아/어 + 도 되다: ‘May I’.•지만: Conjunction ‘But’ for connecting sentences and clauses.•A/V + 아/어도: ‘No matter how’, ‘Even though’.•V + 보다: Making Comparisons.•V + (으)러 가다/오다: ‘To go’/’Come to do something’.•에서-까지, 부터-까지: Particles ‘From -To’, ‘From – Until’.•V/A+겠어요: Intention ‘Will’.•V+을/ㄹ까요: ‘Shall we … ?’/‘Why don’t we … ?’/‘Do you want me to … ?•자마자: ‘As soon as’.•V/A+(으)면: Conjunction ‘If’.•A/V + 는 줄 알다/모르다: ‘Know how to do’/’Do not know how to do’.•N+(으)로 – ‘By’, ‘To’, ‘With’; N+(으)로 ‘By'(a tool), ‘To/Towards’ (direction).•N,A/V+(으)L/는지 Conjunctions ‘That, ‘What’, ‘Where’, ‘When’.Quiz from section 3 (Beginner Korean Grammar – part 2)
Our team consists of professionals that have passed TOPIK test with levels 4 and 5, studying and living in South Korea for more than 5 years. Our course is the ultimate solution for those who want to master their skill of Korean grammar. This course wouldn’t be possible without the help of native speakers who proofread our material and made sure the absence of mistakes and inaccuracies. Because our course consists of the detailed explanations with tons of examples we believe that your journey into the Korean language will be successful and joyful.
Who is the target audience?
•Students, young professionals, those people who want to study Korean language from zero, or those who studied it before and want to master their language skills. •Anyone Seeking to boost their language skill, while gaining an in-depth knowledge of Korean grammar •People who want to pass TOPIK (Korean language proficiency test) level 1-2. Taking this course is perhaps going to be the best decision you will ever make if you are going to understand Korean grammatical structures. It is not just about the content and context, it is more to do with the way the course is delivered and our ability to debunk complicated grammar points. Our philosophy is; if you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough. We explain everything using simple English to make sure you make the most of this course.
We believe that you will master in the Korean language by studying in our class. Your success is our priority.
Wish you good luck!
AK Korean Language team
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