Level 2 Korean Grammar

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Future Tense / -ㄹ/을 거예요, 할 거예요

2

Object-marking Particles / -을, -를

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And, and then, therefore, so / 그리고, 그래서

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And, with / -하고, -(이)랑

5

Days In A Week / 요일

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But, However / 그렇지만, 그런데

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“To” someone, “From” someone / 한테, 한테서

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Telling The Time

9

Counters / 개, 명

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Present Progressive / -고 있어요

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Self-introduction / 자기소개

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What Is Today's Date? / 날짜

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Too, Also / -도 (part 1)

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Too, Also / -도 / (part 2)

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Only / -만

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Very, A bit, Really, Not really, Not at all / 아주, 조금, 진짜, 별로, 전혀

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Can, Cannot / -ㄹ 수 있다/없다

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To be good/poor at ... / 잘하다/못하다

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Making Verbs Into Nouns / -는 것

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Have to, Should, Must / -아/어/여야 되다/하다

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More.. than... / -보다 더

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To like / 좋다 vs 좋아하다

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If, In case / 만약, -(으)면

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Still, Already / 아직, 벌써

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Something, Someday, Someone, Somewhere / 누군가, 무언가, 어딘가, 언젠가

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Imperative / -(으)세요

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Please do it for me. / -아/어/여 주세요

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Particles For Method, Way / -(으)로

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More, All / 더, 다

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Don’t do it. / -지 마세요

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Test Your Korean – Level 2 Dialogue in 100% Korean

What Is Today's Date? / 날짜

In this lesson we are talking about how to say a certain date in Korean. When talking about the dates, you use the sino-Korean numbers, along with the words 월 [wol] and 일 [il]. Listen in to find out how to say what date today is and also how to ask someone when their birthday is.

We have already talked about numbers (both sino and native) and we also talked about how to tell time, so why not expand on your knowledge of numbers and talk about dates (날짜) this time?


Names of the months

In Korean, the names for the 12 months in a year are very simple. You just have to add the word 월 [wol], which means “month” after every corresponding sino-Korean number.


January: 1월 [i-rwol]

February: 2월 [i-wol]

March: 3월 [sa-mwol]

April: 4월 [sa-wol]

May: 5월 [o-wol]

June: 6월 [yu-wol]

July: 7월 [chi-rwol]

August: 8월 [pa-rwol]

September: 9월 [gu-wol]

October: 10월 [si-wol]

November: 11월 [si-bi-rwol]

December: 12월 [si-bi-wol]


Which month: 몇 월 [myeot wol = myeo-dwol]


Days in a month

The days are also quite easy to say in Korean. All you have to do is say the sino-Korean number and add the word 일 [il], which means “day” in Korean.


1일, 2일, 3일, 4일, ..., 29일, 30일, 31일


What date: 며칠 [myeo-chil]

**Note that 몇 월 has 몇 as a standalone word, where as in 며칠, 몇 is combined with 일 to create 며. 


What month and what date: 몇 월 며칠 [myeo-dwol myeo-chil]


“What date is it?”

몇 월 며칠이에요? [myeo-dwol myeo-chil-i-e-yo?]


오늘 몇 월 며칠이에요? [o-neul myeo-dwol myeo-chil-i-e-yo?]

= What is today’s date?


생일이 몇 월 며칠이에요? [saeng-il-i myeo-dwol myeo-chil-i-e-yo?\

= What date is your birthday?


If you are mentioning a specific day, you can also use the word 언제 [eon-je], which means “when”.


생일이 언제예요? [saeng-il-i eon-je-ye-yo?]

= When is your birthday?

In this lesson we are talking about how to say a certain date in Korean. When talking about the dates, you use the sino-Korean numbers, along with the words 월 [wol] and 일 [il]. Listen in to find out how to say what date today is and also how to ask someone when their birthday is.
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