Listen & Repeat: The Korean Verbs Guide

Target level

TTMIK Levels 1-3

What can you achieve through this course?

  • Enhance your listening and speaking skills
  • Learn the most essential verbs and how to conjugate them
  • Practicing forming Korean sentences and making the sentences progressively longer

Sample lesson



Course language

English, Korean

What can you find inside the course?

  • 10 lessons

Customer reviews

"Listen and Repeat. It's a great way to learn verbs as well as nouns & particles that are used for examples. When you repeat listen to these, content sinks in along the way."

Sonia K.

"Awesome audio book. Because I am a busy and slow learner this is great cause I am always on the go and have no time to really study. Thank you for making this audio book and I can't wait to see what audio books come out in the future. 검 사 합 니 다"

David K.

"This is great!

It's just what I was looking for. Now I can learn verbs and small sentences while taking the train. Even if I cannot repeat the words out loud at first, I write them down and check it later at home, thanks to the e-book provided.

It's very helpful and well made,

Thank you!"

Isabelle H.

Table of contents

  1. Verbs 1-10 가다, 오다, 먹다, 보다, 사다, 있다, 없다, 자다, 하다, 놀다
  2. Verbs 11-20 멀다, 가깝다, 살다, 도와주다, 쉽다, 어렵다, 눕다, 춥다, 덥다, 귀엽다
  3. Verbs 21-30 싫다, 찾다, 입다, 잡다, 열다, 놀라다, 멈추다, 고르다, 모르다, 빠르다
  4. Verbs 31-40 걷다, 자르다, 다르다, 듣다, 물어보다, 웃다, 받다, 닫다, 믿다, 낫다
  5. Verbs 41-50 씻다, 앉다, 벗다, 보내다, 팔다, 기다리다, 달리다, 읽다, 쓰다, 무섭다
  6. Verbs 51-60 만나다, 얻다, 만들다, 잃어버리다, 잊어버리다, 좋다, 좋아하다, 마시다, 정하다, 바꾸다
  7. Verbs 61-70 알다, 좁다, 넓다, 떠나다, 때리다, 일어나다, 늦다, 기르다, 싸우다, 싸다
  8. Verbs 71-80 비싸다, 찍다, 졸다, 쉬다, 크다, 작다, 졸리다, 피하다, 화내다, 아프다
  9. Verbs 81-90 타다, 느끼다, 죽다, 느리다, 같다, 나가다, 울다, 누르다, 밀다, 당기다
  10. Verbs 91-100 놓다, 끝나다, 가르치다, 내다, 빼다, 넣다, 배우다, 되다, 걸다, 예쁘다

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  1. Michael Slevin,

    These are really great audio files. I use them while out walking and my knowledge of verbs and conjugation has definitely improved.

    One question I have is, where is this course listed on the TTMIK website? I got a direct link to it but I can’t see it in the Courses page list and it doesn’t come up in the search. I am asking this because I am concerned there could be other courses like this one which are only available via the direct url.

  2. Greg Foy,

    Thankyou very much TTMIK for providing me with so many resources. I am really enjoying this series of 100 verbs.
    It’s not easy to remember all of them, but this will help me develop my own sample sentences as my grammar knowledge increases.

    Just some small feedback about lesson 4. I noticed in that at the start, when the all the lesson’s verbs were listed in english, the final verb (to be better; to feel better; to recover) was missing. Likewise at the end of the lesson, when all the lesson’s verbs were listed in korean, 닫다 was not listed.

    Thank you very much for having such a great resource to use.

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for your feedback! We will look into this matter. ☺️

  3. Abeer Nashwan,

    thank you foe your continuous efforts to facilitate the teaching of the korean language . I would like to suggest that you add a new feature to the site through which we can book with teachers for direct conversation so that we can correct pronunciation and practice conversation. thank you

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for your suggestion! 🙂

  4. Tan Sally,

    눌다didn’t end with vowelㅗandㅏ. Why is the present tense is 눌아요instead of 눌어요

    • euryale,

      Hi! You’re spelling it wrong. 🙂 It is 놀다. ㄴ ㅗ ㄹ

  5. Tan Sally,

    Dear현우씨랑경은씻선샘닝, 안염하세요.반갑숭니다.
    제이릉은Sally에요.저는촘알좋아ttmik lesson. 😊😘This course is so great because I’m having trouble listening to most of the Korean natives speaking Korean.. It is either speaking too fast or speaking in mumble way.. 🤔🤔I’m just wondering is there any way for me to let you check on my progress especially on my sentence building expects.. May I know how to say Flight Crew in Korean pls. 😀😀

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for the comment ! 🙂 Flight Crew is 승무원 . If you have questions that can’t be answered here, please feel free to email us at [email protected] Happy studying !

  6. Alnisa,

    안녕하세요! Will there be an update to the TTMIK app that includes everything that’s on the website?

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      안녕하세요! We don’t have an official app. Any apps you see in the store are run by independent developers with permission to use our materials. Any questions about the app will need to be directed to the developer themselves.
      Sorry for any inconvenience!

  7. Andresha Oson,

    I just became a premium member last week. This verb guide is really helpful as I need to learn more verbs in order to make more sentences. Right now I can recognize vocabulary words but I need them really drilled into my head so I’m more comfortable speaking Korean out loud. 너무 감사합니다!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Happy studying~♥️

  8. ,

    The Korean Verbs Guide is the exact thing I’ve needed most while learning Korean. I’ve had a difficult time remembering how to conjugate verbs, and being able to say them over and over has helped more than anything else. Please please please create more verbs courses like this! When are the next 100 verbs coming out?!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      This course is made based on The Korean Verbs Guide Book 1,2!
      We are not sure if we are going to make the third one. Sorry for the inconvenience.
      Thank you for studying with us!

  9. Tanu Pesoa,

    Guy you have just *no idea* how important this is to me. If anyone out there is wondering if the Premium membership is worth it… YOU BET IT IS. The review quizzes are key to my learning. Right now, from the quarantined Italy, I can tell you that studying with TTMIK has kept me sane hahaha So if you’re new here, WELCOME AND STAY, and if you’re from the TTMIK team, I love you and thank you 🙂 (PS with a friend we use to say TTMIK is like a KPop group and Seokjin is my bias and Kyeongeun is my bias wrecker, that’s all I came to say, lots of love from Argentina/Italia)

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Wow… what a lovely comment! It means a lot to us! 😭
      Thank you soooo much for studying with us! We love you, too!
      Keep up with your Korean studying and stay safe! ❣️

  10. Daymen Pasick,

    Good stuff! I used to be able to download this content after purchase…but since the website update, Im not able to anymore x.x

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Due to our new membership plans, some files are no longer available to download. However, you can access more studying materials without limits during your membership period. We will also add more contents every month, so it will help your studying! Hope this helps:)