Workbook – Level 1 Lessons 1 – 10


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This WORKBOOK has been made to help you reinforce what you have learned from our lessons number 1 through 10 in Level 1 at Inside the workbook, we have questions that will help you review what you have learned in our lessons 1 through 10.

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Workbook – Level 1 Lessons 1 – 10
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  • annyeong

    help me please , why gwen-cha-na in the cha 찮 have ㅎ? thank you

    • 한여현

      Because 괜찮아 is derived from the word stem 괜찮다, so it’s the way as it is ^^

  • 한여현

    다 맞아요, 감사합니다 선생님들! ^^

  • Jimena Chávez

    Help! When i can add 는 or 가? D: i don’t understand this part, so can you respond me in spanish please 🙂

  • Shaine Boongaling

    New student here!! I’m a fan of korean dramas and these lessons are great since I’m starting to learn hangeul and thinking of it as my second language.Thank you so much TTMIK.

  • lalola lolo

    I am a New student from Egypt ,, really funny to learn Korean with you guys .. it’s different than Arabic but I am trying to be as good as I could <3 .. I solved this workbook and I almost did them all right .. I am Very happy .. hope all the levels became like that <3

  • najda klur

    it was verry nice thank you <3

  • Jasmine


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  • tommylee

    I like korean very much its fun!

  • tommylee

    Im half Korean and American and my parents are Korean too.

  • tommylee

    Im a new guest to this group

  • tommylee

    I know Korean kinda almost all of it

  • nemis

    moo ha ha ha ha I like korean homework and i am new to this group and my parents are korean also and thats it ha ha ha!

  • tommylee

    huh whos him

  • Ru’a

    thank you for this workbook exercises ^^ they are very helpful

  • Aruna Garg

    yes these kind of workbooks are very helpful

  • iiizm

    Thank you so much for your free lessons and workbook. I have a question about level 6 question 11. “What is IT?” Would mean this or something next to me but the answer uses 그거. Why wouldn’t “What is it” be 이거 뭐예요?

    • Miruna Leițoiu

      As far as i know, 것 or the shorter version 거 means literally “thing”. That being said, you can use 이 그 or 저 to designate if the said ‘thing’ is in your reach ( 이 ), the listener’s reach (그) or neither, meaning it is far away from both (저). So basically, it means the exact same thing and when each form is used depends on the context. seeing how no context was provided for the question, either answer is correct. And just to let you know, I study Korean in university in London so it’s not just something i searched online.

    • if you refer to lesson 7, 그 also means it.

  • Kirstin Traylor

    I just did the worksheet like a test to see how much I remember and I only got 8 questions wrong! i’m really proud of myself. I went through the first 10 lessons yesterday- I couldn’t stop!

  • elifreakist

    Isn’t it 시간이 었어요 and NOT 시간 었어요 as it says on the answer sheet?

  • Hira Abid

    I love these lessons! I love korean language ^^
    Thank you So much for these lessons. May God bless you 🙂