Level 6 Lesson 30 / Sentence Building Drill 8


안녕하세요! This is the Sentence Building Drill (문장 만들기 연습) lesson! In this series, we will look at how you can expand your Korean sentence building skills by adding or replacing certain words in given sentences. All the “key” sentences that are used in these lessons are composed of grammar points that have previously been introduced through our lessons. This series will be a good opportunity for you to review what you have learned in the past and also to learn some new vocabulary! Have fun studying!

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Level 6 Lesson 30 / Sentence Building Drill 8
  • is it the last lesson for this level?

    i don’t know why, i can translate english sentences to korean, but i cannot make my own sentence…suddenly become confuse about korean when going to make my own korean sentence…why?

    • Ant

      I have the same problem…

      So, what I do is, I think about how I would put a sentence together while I’m not studying–like when I’m on the bus or something.

      Also, when I am studying, I’ll say a sentence like one from this lesson and say it out loud to myself over and over again, thinking about each individual part (and without ever looking at the pdf).

      Hope that helps?

  • i don’t know why, i can
    translate english
    sentences to korean,

  • christine

    Hello! I don’t know if you already have this but, can you make a lesson about making appointments over the phone? Do I say 요 보 세 요? or 안 녕 하 세 요?

    • Kara

      You only say 여보세요 if someone calls you, kind of like ‘who is it?’ in english. If you make the phone call, say ‘안녀하세요’.

  • Samier


    Thanks for this word builder 😀 It solidified past lessons ^^


    • KyungHwa Sun

      저희야말로 감사합니다!

  • wintergreen

    선생님들, 안녕하세요! ^^

    TTMIK 레슨들은 항상 좋은데, 개인적으로는 레벨 6 레슨들을 더 많이 좋아해요. ^^
    선생님들 정말 수고 많으셨습니다. 진심으로 감사합니다!!!
    레벨 7 벌써 기대가 되었습니다. ^^

    • KyungHwa Sun

      들어 주셔서 감사합니다! 🙂

  • Is this the last lesson? I’ve been looking out for the bulk lesson so I can purchase it in MyKoreanStore. Is there any chance you guys will put it up in the store soon? Thanks. 🙂

  • Jürgen

    Is it possible to say „제 이름은 어렵게 발음돼요.“
    instead of „제 이름은 발음하기가 어려워요.“ ?

    • Miss Orson

      It’s possible but it sounds a bit awkward.
      It’d better to use the second sentence.
      Actually, my recommendation is “제 이름은 발음하기 어려워요.” without “가”. But it’s totally okay to put 가 in it.

  • Ed

    Why is “pronounciation” 발음하기가 ? Can you just say 제 이름은 발음가 어려워요?

    • KyungHwa Sun

      발음 is a noun, and 발음하다 is a verb.

  • 오미란

    와… 이 교훈 정말 좋아하고 많이 재미 있어요. 하지만, 최경은 선생님께 “십, 구, 팔, 칠…” 말라고 시작했을때, 저 진짜 무서워졌서요.ㅋㅋ But, of course thank you very much for help us to know how use this kind of sentences. =)

    • KyungHwa Sun


  • Francesco Colléter

    다 장문을 닫은 이저니가, 이제 다 언자에 알쓰박에 없어요!

    Since they forgot to close all the doors, there is no way for them to let me do everything on my own now !
    *다섯면 레슨이 청말 검아워요 !*

  • Eman

    이거 말할 줄 알았는데, 하기 별로 안 쉬워요. I know you’ll say this, but it’s not so easy to do it.

    이 책 좋기는 좋은데, 비싼이에요.

    이 책을 읽기가 별로 어려워는데, 재미있을 게요.

  • Asha

    Yeaaaa lets go to level 7 ^^ after a break I was back and finished level 6 🙂 thank you so much TTMIK

  • Yuki

    니: 정말 좋아하는 게 있다면 포기하기 쉬지 않아요
    가: 근런데 이제 왜 포기하고 있어요?
    나: 전 그렇지 않아요…하지만 당신이 옳아요. 이 대회 생각보다 더 어렵지만 나는 최고가 될 거에요
    가: 그렇구나… 그러니까 화이팅!
    나: 말해 줄래?네가 말하던 그 남자를 만났니?
    가: 아~ 그 남자는? 글쎄 … 사살.. 만나기는 만났지만 그가 제가 생각했던 그 남자가 아니에요
    나: 정말요? 왜요?
    가: 이 사람은 여자친구가 있는 것 같아요…
    나: 그럴 리가 없어! 저는 그를 별로 좋아하지 않아요! 그를 다시 만나서는 안 돼요!
    가: 알겠어요 걱정하지 마세요