Korean Sentence-building Practice

Target level

TTMIK Levels 2-3

What can you achieve through this course?

  • Acquire how to conjugate verbs by listening to sentences enunciated by native speakers
  • Learn how to build and expand sentences
  • Learn accurate pronunciation and intonation of a wide array of words and sentences

Sample lesson




Course language


What can you find inside the course?

  • 20 lessons

Table of contents

  1. 아침 morning
  2. 친구 friend
  3. 학교 school
  4. 만나다 meet
  5. 일 work
  6. 돈 money
  7. 옷 clothes
  8. 전화 telephone
  9. 날씨 weather
  10. 물 water
  11. 커피 coffee
  12. 컴퓨터 computer
  13. 가방 bag
  14. 공항 airport
  15. 화 temper
  16. 사진 picture
  17. 오늘 today
  18. 사람 person
  19. 공부 study
  20. 인터넷 Internet

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  1. MJ,

    Which is more natural and why
    아짐식자 먹었어요? or 아짐 먹었어요?

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Sorry for the late reply.
      아침 먹었어요? is more natural because 먹다 is not a word that goes well with 식사. Native Korean speakers can understand that 밥을 is omitted in the sentence 아침 먹었어요?. Therefore, 아침 먹었어요? is recognized as the same as saying 아침밥을 먹었어요?.

      식사 is a word that is used with 하다, not 먹다. So, if you want to include the word 식사, it should not be 먹었어요? but rather 하셨어요? Hence, if you want to insert the word 식사, you should say 아침 식사 하셨어요?.

    • MJ,

      Sorry 아침 instead of 아짐

  2. melkkul,

    A great course to practice sentence building, listening, vocabulary, and your reading comprehension. Thank you so much for your great efforts TTMIK team^^

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      We really appreciate your comment! 정말 감사합니다^^

  3. Michelle Barreto,

    I love this course!! I’m trying to get the hang of making sentences and this course definitely helps with that! I can practice pronunciation and learn how to construct sentences at the same time!! And learn new vocabulary too.

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for the comment.
      You can do it! 🙂

  4. Jas Y,

    I really like how this course was set up! I was able to practice listening, and if at first I don’t understand what is said, I can practice listening and reading. It also helps that each sentence is building on the previous ones so if there’s a new word, it get’s repeated several times! 😀
    Thank you!!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for sharing your opinion! 🙂

  5. Monika Yuk,

    Favourite course, please make more like this!!! ❤

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you so much ❤

  6. Jedeiah Manzano,

    This course made me realize that it’s not that hard to construct a Korean sentences.You just need to improve your Korean vocabularies to make longer sentences in the future🙌🏻

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      You’re right! Building Korean sentences is not hard! Keep practicing👍

  7. Alessandra Rivera,

    This course really helped me a lot with my vocabulary. Now that I´m practicing my listening I get so happy when some of this phrases show up and I’m able to uderstand it! Thank you so much TTMIK! 사랑해요 ❤

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      So glad that it was helpful! 🙂 Keep up the good work❤

  8. Alina,

    Hi! In the first lesson, there’s the sentence “저는 아침잠이 많아요.” and it says it means “I can’t wake up easily in the morning.” Can someone explain that please? Because I thought 많아 means a lot?

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for your question 🙂 You’re right. If you sleep for too long everyday, you will have difficulty waking up early ! In this sentence, 많다=>(sleep for) too long Hope this helps. 🙂

  9. PolinaNesterova,

    Really helpful!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for learning Korean with us 🙂

  10. DerPartyPatrick,

    I don’t know where to write this, so I’ll do it here. I just got the premium membership and I really like it. It makes studying Korean much easier for me!

    저는 방금 premium membership 샀어요. 그래서 지금 한국어를 공부 하는 거 많이 더 쉬워요. 감사합니다!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for learning Korean with us!
      We hope you find our Premium courses useful and fun!
      감사합니다! 😀

  11. Hana Thompson,


    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      감사해요! ^.^

  12. Festré Yvan,

    사랑하는 선생님들 정말 감사합니다

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      감사합니다! : )