Level 8 Korean Grammar

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Advanced Idiomatic Expressions / 눈 (eye) – Part 1

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Advanced Idiomatic Expressions / 눈 (eye) – Part 2

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Right after + V-ing / -기가 무섭게, -기가 바쁘게

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N + that (someone) used to + V / -던

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Advanced Situational Expressions: Refusing in Korean

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It means … / -(ㄴ/는)다는 뜻이에요

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Word Builder 15 / 점 (點)

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I hope …, I wish … / -(으)면 좋겠어요

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Past Tense (Various Types) / 과거시제 총정리

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Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 귀 (ear)

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Sentence Building Drill 12

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Present Tense (Various Types) / 현재시제 총정리

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Word Builder 16 / 주 (主)

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Advanced Situational Expressions: Agreeing

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Future Tense (Various Types) / 미래시제 총정리

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Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 가슴 (chest, heart, breast)

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If only it’s not … / -만 아니면

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In the same way that …, just like someone did … / -(으)ㄴ 대로

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Even if I would have to, even if that means I have to / -는 한이 있더라도

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Sentence Building Drill 13

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Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 머리 (head, hair)

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Word Builder 17 / 상 (上)

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Advanced Situational Expressions: Making Suggestions in Korean

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It is just that …, I only … / -(으)ㄹ 따름이다

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Advanced Situational Expressions: Defending in Korean

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Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 몸 (body)

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Advanced Situational Expressions: Complimenting in Korean

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despite, in spite of / -에도 불구하고

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Advanced Situational Expressions: When You Feel Happy

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Sentence Building Drill 14

Sentence Building Drill 13

In this series, we 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.

In this series, we focus on how you can use the grammatical rules and expressions that you have learned so far to train yourself to make more Korean sentences more comfortably and more flexibly.

We will start off with THREE key sentences and practice changing parts of these sentences so that you don’t end up just memorizing the same three sentences. We want you to be able to be as flexible as possible with the Korean sentences you can make. 


Key Sentence #1

아무리 바빠도, 원칙대로 해야 돼요. 

[a-mu-ri ba-ppa-do, won-chik-dae-ro hae-ya dwae-yo.]

= No matter how busy you are, you have to do it by the principles. 


Key Sentence #2

나중에 바꾸는 한이 있더라도, 지금은 이렇게 했으면 좋겠어요.

[na-jung-e ba-kku-neun ha-ni it-deo-ra-do ji-geu-meun i-reoke hae-sseu-myeon jo-ke-sseo-yo.]

= Even if we might end up changing it later, I hope we just go with this for now. 


Key Sentence #3

회사 일만 아니면 저도 호주로 여행을 갔을 거예요.

[hoe-sa il-man a-ni-myeon jeo-do ho-ju-ro yeo-haeng-eul ga-sseul geo-ye-yo.]

= If only I didn’t have this work from my job, I would have gone to Australia to travel, too.



Expansion & variation practice with key sentence #1


0. Original Sentence:

아무리 바빠도, 원칙대로 해야 돼요. 

= No matter how busy you are, you have to do it by the principles. 


1.

아무리 바빠도 = no matter how busy you are

아무리 힘들어도 = no matter how tired you are; no matter how difficult it is 

아무리 친구가 중요해도 = no matter how important friends are to you

아무리 재미없는 이야기여도 = no matter how boring the story is

아무리 비싸도 = no matter how expensive it is 


2.

원칙대로 해야 돼요. = you have to do it by the principles

마음대로 하세요. = do it as you please

제가 말한 대로 하세요. = do it as I said

들은 대로 이야기해 주세요. = tell me exactly what you heard 

약속대로 해 주세요. = please do it as you promised you would 



Expansion & variation practice with key sentence #2


0. Original Sentence:

나중에 바꾸는 한이 있더라도, 지금은 이렇게 했으면 좋겠어요.

= Even if we might end up changing it later, I hope we just go with this for now. 


1.

나중에 바꾸는 한이 있더라도 = even if we have to change it later 

조금 늦는 한이 있더라도 = even if this makes me a little late for it

내일 다시 오는 한이 있더라도 = even if that means I might end up coming back again tomorrow

집에 못 가는 한이 있더라도 = even if it means I might not be able to go home 

다른 사람들이 욕하는 한이 있더라도 = even if it means other people might criticize me


2. 

지금은 이렇게 했으면 좋겠어요 = This time, I hope we do it like this

사람들이 많이 왔으면 좋겠어요 = I wish a lot of people would come

날씨가 좋았으면 좋겠어요 = I hope the weather will be nice

창문을 닫았으면 좋겠어요 = I hope they close the window

조용한 데로 갔으면 좋겠어요 = I hope we go somewhere quiet



Expansion & variation practice with key sentence #3


0. Original Sentence:

회사 일만 아니면 저도 호주로 여행을 갔을 거예요.

= If only I didn’t have this work from my job, I would have gone to Australia to travel, too.


1. 

회사 일만 아니면 = If only it had not been for the work from my job

회의만 아니면 = If only  it had not been for the meeting 

가족 행사만 아니면 = If only I didn’t have to go to this family event

컴퓨터 바이러스만 아니면 = If only it had not been for the computer virus

주차 요금만 아니면 = If only  it had not been for the parking fees


2. 

저도 호주로 여행을 갔을 거예요 = I would have gone to Australia to travel, too 

저도 그렇게 말했을 거예요 = I would have said that, too

효진 씨도 이걸 골랐을 거예요 = Hyojin would have chosen this, too

제프 씨도 좋다고 했을 거예요 = Jeff would have said 

안 된다고 했을 거예요 = I would have said no

잘 됐을 거예요 = it would have gone well

In this series, we 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.
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