Level 3 Korean Grammar

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Too much, Very / 너무

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Linking Verbs with -고

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In front of, Behind, On top of, Under, Next to / 앞에, 옆에, 위에, 밑에, 뒤에

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Shall we? / I wonder / -(으)ㄹ까요?

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Approximately, About / 쯤, 약, 정도

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Future Tenses / -(으)ㄹ 거예요 vs -(으)ㄹ게요

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Linking Verbs With -아/어/여서

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To look like, To seem like / 같아요

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To seem like, To look like (with verbs) / -ㄴ 것 같아요

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Before -ing / -기 전에

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ㅂ irregular / ㅂ 불규칙

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But still, Nevertheless / 그래도

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Making Adjectives / Descriptive Verbs + -ㄴ 명사

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Making Adjectives / Action Verbs + -는/(으)ㄴ/(으)ㄹ + 명사

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Well then, In that case, If so / 그러면, 그럼

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Let’s / -아/어/여요 (청유형)

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In order to, For the sake of / 위하다, 위해, 위해서

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Nothing but, Only / 밖에 + 부정형

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After -ing / 다음에

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Even if, Even though / -아/어/여도

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Linking Verbs with -는데 / noun + -인데, adjective + -ㄴ데

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Maybe I might… / -(으)ㄹ 수도 있어요

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Word Builder 1 / 학(學)

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르 irregular / 르 불규칙

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Verb Ending / -네요

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ㄷ irregular / ㄷ 불규칙

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Politeness Levels / 반말 and 존댓말

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“Let’s” in casual language / 반말

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ㅅ irregular / ㅅ 불규칙

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Word Builder 2 / 실(室)

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Test Your Korean

Word Builder 2 / 실(室)

Welcome to another lesson in the Word Builder series. The Word Builder sries will be a part of the regular lessons. In the Word Builder lessons, we introduce letters and words that work as building blocks of the Korean vocabulary. They are not necessarily all Hanja words based on Chinese characters, but many of them are.

Word Builder lessons are designed to help you understand how to more efficiently expand your vocabulary by learning/understanding some common and basic building blocks of Korean words. Many (not all) of the words in the World Builder lessons are based on Chinese characters, otherwise known as 한자 [han-ja], but the meanings of the words can be different from modern-day Chinese characters. You don’t have to worry about memorizing the Hanja characters themselves (but if you want to, feel free!) because your goal for these lessons should be to just understand how words are formed and remember the Korean keyword. 


Today’s keyword is 실 [sil]. 

The Chinese character for 실 is 室.


The word 실 is related to “room.”


화장 (makeup) + 실 (room) = 화장실 (化粧室) [hwa-jang-sil] = toilet; bathroom

**분장 (扮裝) also means “makeup,” but is specific to stage/theater makeup. Therefore, 분장실 (扮裝室) = dressing room; backstage powder room

교 (school, teach) + 실 (room)  = 교실 (敎室) [gyo-sil] = classroom

연습 (practice) + 실 (room) = 연습실  (練習室) [yeon-seup-sil] = practice room, practice place

대기 (wait) + 실 (room) = 대기실 (待機室) [dae-gi-sil] = waiting room

회 (meet) 의 (discuss) + 실 (room) = 회의실 (會議室) [hoe-ui-sil]  = meeting room, conference room

병 (disease) + 실 (room) = 병실 (病室) [byeong-sil] = hospital room, patient’s room

미용 (beauty treatment) + 실 (room) = 미용실 (美容室) [mi-yong-sil] = beauty parlor; hairdresser’s place

사 (work) + 무 (work, task) + 실 (room) = 사무실 (事務室) [sa-mu-sil] = office

교 (school, teach) + 무 (work) + 실 (room) = 교무실 (敎務室) [gyo-mu-sil] = teacher’s office

실 (room) + 장 (head, leader) = 실장 (室長) [sil-jang] = head of the office

실 (room) + 내 (inside) = 실내 (室內) [sil-lae] = indoors

실 (room) + 외 (outside) = 실외 (室外) [si-roe] = outdoors, outside

Welcome to another lesson in the Word Builder series. The Word Builder sries will be a part of the regular lessons. In the Word Builder lessons, we introduce letters and words that work as building blocks of the Korean vocabulary. They are not necessarily all Hanja words based on Chinese characters, but many of them are.
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