My Weekly Korean Vocabulary

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Target level

From low beginners to mid-intermediate learners

What can you achieve through this course?

  • Expand your Korean vocabulary
  • Learn how to make sentences using the vocabulary words

 

Sample lesson

Lecturers

Hyunwoo Sun
Kyeong-eun Choi

Course language

Korean

What can you find inside the course?

  • 84 lessons
  • A PDF file of lesson notes

 

Customer reviews

"The book allows to focus on one word a day (if one wants, and it is a good idea) and offers many excellent examples of usage, pronouncing each example very clearly, twice at normal moderate speed, once very slowly, and once a normal speed. I have gone as of now only through one week, but I have learned a lot. Very well done!"

Randolph P.

"The design is very attractive and clean. The phrases are useful and natural unlike boring textbook samples. I like how the explanation of each sentence is kept simple and short so we can use our brain to identify the grammar ourselves."

Julie N.

"This is the second part of the "My Weekly Vocabulary" series. These sentences are perfect for the long commute and help you keep up a wide variety of vocabulary. The format is also good for giving you a chance to hear it, repeat it slowly and then repeat it at regular speed. A great way to internalize the words."

Benjamin H.

Table of contents

  1. [ Week 1 ] Day 1 - Sky / Day 2 - To Eat / Day 3 - Book / Day 4 - To See / Day 5 - Photo / Day 6 - To Write / Day 7 - Telephone
  2. [ Week 2 ] Day 1 - Friend / Day 2 - To Meet / Day 3 - Hand / Day 4 - To Laugh / Day 5 - House / Day 6 - To Be Weird, To Be Strange / Day 7 - Rain
  3. [ Week 3 ] Day 1 - Morning / Day 2 - To Buy / Day 3 - Song / Day 4 - To Look For, To Find / Day 5 - School / Day 6 -to Regret / Day 7 - Present
  4. [ Week 4 ] Day 1 - Feelings / Day 2 - To Be Quiet / Day 3 - Person People / Day 4 - To Be Noisy / Day 5 - Study / Day 6 - To Open / Day 7 - Subway
  5. [ Week 5 ] Day 1 - Age / Day 2 - To Hear To Listen / Day 3 - Height / Day 4 - To Drink / Day 5 - Eye / Day 6 - To Be Able To See / Day 7 - Paper
  6. [ Week 6 ] Day 1 - Money / Day 2 - To Make / Day 3 - Company / Day 4 - To Sell / Day 5 - Time / Day 6 - To Sleep / Day 7 - Cooked Rice, Meal
  7. [ Week 7 ] Day 1 - Personality / Day 2 - To Walk / Day 3 - Weather / Day 4 - To Think / Day 5 - Bicycle / Day 6 - To Sit, To Sit Down / Day 7 - Exercise, Sport
  8. [ Week 8 ] Day 1 - To be interesting / Day 2 - One Day / Day 3 - To Be There, To Exist, To Have / Day 4 - Head, Hair 2 / Day 5 - To Be Okay, To Be Alright / Day 6 - Song / Day 7 - To Say, To Talk, To Speak
  9. [ Week 9 ] Day 1 - Dream / Day 2 - To Not Exist, To Be Not There, To Not Have / Day 3 - Clothes / Day 4 - To Change / Day 5 - Travel / Day 6 - To Not Know / Day 7 - Promise, Plans, Appointment
  10. [ Week 10 ] Day 1 - Sea / Day 2 - To Learn / Day 3 - Movie, Film / Day 4 - To Wait / Day 5 - Joke / Day 6 - To Cry / Day 7 - News
  11. [ Week 11 ] Day 1 - Mountain / Day 2 - To Be Boring, To Be Bored / Day 3 - Family / Day 4 - To Wear / Day 5 - Driving / Day 6 - To Need, To Be Necessary / Day 7 - Lie
  12. [ Week 12 ] Day 1 - Water / Day 2 - To End, To Be Over, To Be Finished / Day 3 - Face / Day 4 - To Use, To Hire / Day 5 - Taste / Day 6 - To Play, To Hang Out, To Rest, To Not Work / Day 7 - Smell

Reviews

  1. Deryk B.,

    Hi TTMIK (or anyone who can assist)!

    In Week 5 Lesson 4, did I comprehend it correctly that 마시다 can also mean “to inhale”? 😮

  2. Festré Yvan,

    Maybe the most effective course. You not only learn a lot of vocabulary but go through many different usefull sentence patterns.
    정말 감사합니다 .

    • TalkToMeInKorean,

      We see you from every course!
      You must be studying without a break! 😊

  3. adele,

    thank you so much for this, i can’t wait to study more because its so enjoyable!

    • TalkToMeInKorean,

      Love to hear that! Keep up with your Korean! 😀

  4. Brian Fong,

    These are so awesome. I already feel my vocabulary increasing and listening comprehension growing. Thx!

    • TalkToMeInKorean,

      Glad to hear that! Thank you for studying with us 🙂

  5. Afifa Ulfa,

    Thank you so much, so far i still have many good vibes to keep learning. ^^

    • TalkToMeInKorean,

      Thank you for studying with us:)

  6. Keti Khanjaliashvili,

    Absolutely amazing!! Its just two weeks and I have so much progress I cant believe. Good job and thank you very much!

    • Hwayeon Kim,

      Hi, I’m Hwayeon from TalkToMeInKorean. Thank you, and happy studying !

  7. Van Anh,

    Not yet received this My Weekly Korean Vocabulary

    • Ashley M Huey,

      it might be in the “in progress” section on your profile